Category Archives: Labrum Tear

Dead Arm Syndrome

Pain during the throwing motion that results in decreased velocity is commonly referred to as “Dead Arm Syndrome.” It can be related to any of the bones or soft tissues in the shoulder joint, but it usually involves the rotator cuff tendons or the labrum. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles but… Read More »


Phil Hughes on DL with “Dead Arm”

Pain during the throwing motion that results in decreased velocity is commonly referred to as “Dead Arm Syndrome.” It can be related to any of the bones or soft tissues in the shoulder joint, but it usually involves the rotator cuff tendons or the labrum. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles but… Read More »


Bull Riding is No Walk in the Park…

On Athlete 360, a new show about sports medicine, viewers get to know their favorite athletes, “inside and out.” Mike Moore admits that “bumps and bruises… are part of the game” when you’re in his business. This assertion is undoubtedly an understatement: Moore is a professional rodeo cowboy and bull rider, and the torn hip… Read More »