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    Started by Jay Kimmel

    The proximal (at the shoulder) biceps tendon may rupture or tear from its attachment to the bone. Almost always this involves the long head of the biceps muscle, the one that attaches to the glenoid or socket. The short head almost always remains attached. The long head may be injured in the case of a severe SLAP Tear.

    Learn more about Proximal Biceps Ruptures here.


    Have you had or are you currently experiencing a Biceps Rupture? Tell the community about what has or has not worked for you below.

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