Rehabilitation after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair

…delayed or early motion?

To date, it remains unclear which rehabilitative approach after arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs leads to the most beneficial outcomes – especially on the duration of immobilization no consensus has been reached yet. Postoperative stiffness may be reduced when mobilization is initialized at an early stage, but a longer period of movement restriction may better facilitate tendon to bone healing.

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