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Calcium is the chemical element with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20. It has an atomic mass of 40.078 amu. Calcium is a soft...
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What people say about Calcium and Rotator Cuff Tear ?

#360 in Calcium discussions - 20 posts discuss Rotator Cuff Tear with Calcium.
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doing weights for many years and I have a rotator cuff tear...
" ...to hear the calcium works and the exercise. Just be careful out there with the weights, ladies. I have been doing weights for many years and I have a rotator cuff tear (pretty sure it... "

have a C5-C7 fusion, a rotator cuff tear repair and several...
" ...know what was going on, Lithium, then other ...had to have a C5-C7 fusion, a rotator cuff tear repair and several bone spurs (calcium) shaved off. Ask your doc to check your calcium levels and b... "

He diagnosed me with \"Impingement syndrome and calcific...
" ...labrum. He diagnosed me with \"Impingement syndrome and calcific tendonitis.\" He gave me a cortisone shot, and he wants me to continue with Ibuprofen. He also ...can remove the calcium bui... "

and a rotator cuff tear along with some calcium build up in...
" ...was determined that i had herniated discs at c5/c6, c7/c8 and a rotator cuff tear along with some calcium build up in my left ...shortly afterwards. I still have the neck pain going down into my... "

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concern to me is the rotator cuff tear. The latest studies...
" ...have two separate problems. The calcium deposit is something that might ...be removed. What is of more concern to me is the rotator cuff tear. The latest studies show that one year post surge... "

Turns out I have a rotator cuff tear and other issues with...
" ...can relate. Last year I was experiencing shoulder pain and reduced ROM. That turned out to be a calcium deposit. The deposit was aspirated ...Turns out I have a rotator cuff tear and other issue... "

It pulls on my rotator cuff tear, creating agony, and makes...
" ...veggies. It pulls on my rotator cuff tear, creating agony, and makes my ...after 3 weeks. I take 1500 mg Coral Calcium and 3000 units of ...take more than D and Calcium to grow, Vit K2 is... "

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possible rotator cuff tear, large calcium deposit on one...
" ...shoulder issues are a mixture of things - arthritis with bone spurs, possible rotator cuff tear, large calcium deposit on one muscle (not sure which one) and if the bottom of... "

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possible rotator cuff tear, large calcium deposit on one...
" ...shoulder issues are a mixture of things - arthritis with bone spurs, possible rotator cuff tear, large calcium deposit on one muscle (not sure which one) and if the bottom of... "

be a calcium deposit... or could be a rotator cuff tear....
" Could be a calcium deposit... or could be a rotator cuff tear. Yup, you need to see a doctor to be on the safe side. A deposit will be... "

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