ROTATOR CUFF TEARS
There are two kinds of rotator cuff tears. A partial tear is when the tendon that protects the top of your shoulder is frayed or damaged. The other is a complete tear. That’s one that goes all the way through the tendon or pulls the tendon off the bone.
Have trouble raising your arm
Feel pain when you move your arm in certain ways or lie on it
Have weakness in your shoulder
Be unable to lift things like you normally do
Hear clicking or popping when you move your arm