The Top Mineral Deficiency in Rotator Cuff Repair / Pain / Tears

July 25, 2022

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If you have this mineral deficiency, you’re going to find it difficult to strengthen and repair your rotator cuff. Find out more.

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0:00 Introduction: Rotator cuff repair
0:15 A deeper look at the rotator cuff muscles and tendons
4:10 Two things never to do for a rotator cuff injury
4:40 Natural remedies for a rotator cuff injury
5:50 The top mineral for rotator cuff repair
7:00 The best source of manganese
8:18 Learn more about inflammation!

Let’s talk about the top mineral deficiency in rotator cuff injuries and a lot of other joint injuries. Up to 94% of rotator cuff treatments don’t have a great success rate and require more treatment over time.

The majority of rotator cuff problems are related to the tendons, not the muscles. There are some natural things you can do to maximize the strength of your rotator cuff, but unfortunately, it will likely never be 100% again.

Two things you should never do for a rotator cuff injury are:
1. Apply cold to the injury
2. Rest the injured area

What to do for tendon rehab and rotator cuff repair:
• A hanging stretch (for arthritis with no tear or trauma)
• Isometric exercises
• Get plenty of vitamin D, vitamin C, and amino acids
• Keep moving on a regular basis
• Eccentric exercises
• Get plenty of manganese

The most important nutrient for your tendons and rotator cuff repair is manganese. A manganese deficiency can slow down the repair of your tendons. Manganese is essential for strengthening your tendons and ligaments.

The best source of manganese is shellfish. If you’re going to take a manganese supplement, consider taking about 200 mg for around a month and then try to get it from your diet.

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Dr. Berg, age 57, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this increases your awareness of the top mineral deficiency involved in rotator cuff injuries and repair. I’ll see you in the next video.