Category Archives: rotator cuff tendonitis

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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Tennis Players: It Doesn’t Matter "How You Slice It" Corrective Exercise Before a Problem is Better Than After One!

In elite junior players, the overall incidence of shoulder injury typically ranges from 10-30%. 80% of these injuries are overuse injuries. Impingement is right up there as well statistically… Question; can we prevent overuse injuries in elite junior tennis players? Or do we just rehab or surgically repair it all the time? maybe we should […]

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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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