On Thursday, July 30th, Excel Physical Therapy President and Co-Founder Matt Gibble was joined by Rothman Orthopaedics Board Certified Physician Frank Alberta, MD, FAAOS to discuss rotator cuff injuries, one of the most common ailments of the shoulder joint of patients both young and old. The rotator cuff can be injured in a single event like a fall or can be worn down over time from repetitive motion. Whether the injury is acute or chronic, if left unattended, the injury can have devastating outcomes. We discussed the different types of rotator cuff injuries and their surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

Watch the video recording here. 


Dr. Frank Alberta, MD, FAAOS is well known throughout Northern New Jersey and New England as a sports medicine specialist with expertise in shoulder, elbow and knee surgery.  He has over 14 years of experience treating the most difficult problems in these joints and remains committed to improving his patients’ outcomes through teaching and learning.

Matt Gibble, PT is one of the two owners and co-founders of Excel Physical Therapy. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University, he went on to work at a sports medicine facility in New York City. There he was involved for three years with the New York Knicks, where he provided their long-term physical therapy, as well as their pre-season and pre-signing orthopedic evaluations. A competitive triathlete, Matt has successfully completed Ironman USA in Lake Placid, NY three times.

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