Use a shoulder brace for a Rotator Cuff tear. It would help to relieve shoulder pain, protect your shoulder, and stabilize your injured muscles and tendons. Torn Rotator Cuff can be very painful, a soft stabilizing shoulder support or sling, with compression fabric, would be a good solution to prevent the tear from getting worse, and to heal this injury.
What is a Rotator Cuff tear? how it happens?
Rotator Cuff is composed of four muscles surrounding the head of the Humerus bone. These muscles and tendons have the double functions to hold your shoulder in its place, in the joint capsule, and to manage the smooth rotation of your shoulder. A Rotator Cuff tear is an injury in one of muscles or tendons.
Torn Rotator Cuff occurs following a shoulder trauma, or an overuse of shoulder joint by athletes or workers, in specific sports or jobs. Another aggravating factor is bone spurs related to aging.
If not treated accordingly, Rotator Cuff tear can worsen. Most common regular treatments are: rest, Physiotherapy exercises, and the use of a stabilizing shoulder brace.