1. you have some mild degeneration in the rotator cuff tendons.
2. there is a little bit of arthritis in the shoulder joint
3. there is degeneration of the cartilage at the top of the arm where it meats the shoulder.
4. there are some bony protrusions on the upper arm bone which is typical in arthritis.
5. the labrum is where the arm inserts into the shoulder, sort of like a ligament, and there is a mild tear.
The treatment for this is not just shots but the correct physical therapy and you might avoid surgery.
You should not lift for the time being.
You need to be clinically assessed, have 6 to 12 weeks of physical therapy then home exercises and assessed again at 3 months.
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