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Biceps Rupture

A biceps rupture involves a complete tear of the main tendon that attaches the top of the biceps muscle to the shoulder. It happens most often in middle-aged people and is usually due to years of wear and tear on the shoulder.

A torn biceps in younger athletes sometimes occurs during weightlifting or from actions that cause a sudden load on the arm, such as hard fall with the arm outstretched.

This Read More will help you understand what parts of the shoulder are affected, the causes of a biceps rupture and ways to treat this problem.

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