- •Muscle force contribution changes are dependent on muscle and tear severity.
- •Middle deltoid force contribution increases during task performance.
- •Teres minor force contribution increases for specific task performance.
- •Compensatory muscles are ideal targets for rehabilitation to avoid further injury.
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