Before I start writing on the hip rotator cuff, I want to pen down a couple of things. The first is a question, the second a confession.
Question is, have you ever asked yourself this? “What am I doing now that is different from what I did a couple of years ago with my patients.” If your answer is “nothing different”, then that’s bad news. This just means that you have reached the ‘stagnation stage’ for yourself and your patients. If your answer stands on a scale between a 30% & 40% (“different & better than earlier”) then great! You are doing justice to your service and your clients. And for those who are still thinking, I am glad you are at least thinking on these lines.
Rotator Cuff of Hip Joint: Right from the beginning, diagnostic tools like arthroscopy have been commonly used for the shoulder joint. For some reason, the hip did not catch up. Hip arthroscopy is fairly new, justifiably so, because it is challenging and very difficult for a surgeon to get into the hip as compared to a shoulder joint.
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