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Complete tear of supraspinatus tendon
I am 45 year old lady. My MRI report of left shoulder says Complete tear of supraspinatus tendon at its insertion with grade I retraction of tendon ends. Distance between tendon ends being 0.8cm Does this could be recovered by physiotherapy?? Or surgery is must??
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Generally symptoms improve with physiotherapy but at your age it's better to get shoulder arthroscopy done..repair of tendon.  Till now retraction not much. So surgery will have very good results
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go for arthroscopy of shoulder with cuff repair.
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