Category Archives: impingement

Full Length DVD Content FREE Here! Corrective Exercise and More!

Happy Tuesday! I now have the privilege of uploading videos to YouTube that are longer than 15 minutes. I am guessing that I have passed a certain number of uploads and maintained a positive status with You Tube. So basically I have not uploaded any iphone videos of a Bruins broadcast or anything like that. […]

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Got Rhythm? Scapulohumeral Rhythm? If Not Your Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Joint Will Pay, Often With Impingement

Ahh…the wonderful complexity of the human body! The principles of human movement are relatively basic, but the organism and how it works is fantastically unique and complicated at times. The sport does not matter, the activity does not matter, we must simply be able to move in a coordinated manner with joint alignment and muscular […]

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Shoulder Injuries Waiting to Happen; Corrective Exercise vs. Rehabilitation

Happy Monday! As I was perusing the Internet, looking for “stuff’ to blog about I came across an article that appeared in a major market online newspaper written by a self professed “personal trainer and rehabilitation specialist“. This “rehabilitation specialist wrote about these two exercise to do at home if you do not have equipment;“Triceps […]

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Standard Protocol for Rehabilitating Rotator Cuff Tendinitis: What About An Integrated Assessment and Corrective Exercise?

Standard Protocol for Rehabilitating Rotator Cuff Tendinitis What about an integrated assessment by a corrective exercise specialist to find the root of the problem? says; “Treatment involves resting the shoulder and avoiding activities that cause pain. Ice packs applied to the shoulder and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs will help reduce inflammation and pain. Physical therapy […]

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