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Old 06-19-2006, 06:14 AM   #1
Elliot Royce
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I've done a search and have been part of some threads on this topic but wanted to get some specific advice.

I've got rotator cuff tendonitis brought on by overuse and poor form/flexibility. It started a week ago. My doctor says to just rest it, ice it and take iboprofen. I'm going to see the ART guy to see what he could do, as I had the same condition in my left shoulder (felt a bit different though) and that seemed to help. Once the pain has gone down a bit, I'll start the rehab exercises to strengthen the rotator cuffs.

In the meantime,

1) any other things I should be doing?

2) can I continue to do deadlifts and other exercises which pull the arms downward (doesn't seem to hurt)?

Thanks.
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