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10 Best Exercises To Strengthen Your Rotator Cuff
Whether you lift weights, rock climb, play sports, surf, swim, or engage in almost any type of physical activity, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced some sort of shoulder pain. Every year, over 13 million Americans see a physician for shoulder pain, with over 1-in-5 people having a tear in their rotator cuff. Rotator cuff tears become increasingly common as we age, and have a high correlation with manual labor work. Sure, some of this is can be attributed to bad luck, but it’s usually…
Does This Patient Have an Instability of the Shoulder or a Labrum Lesion?
Context History taking and clinical tests are commonly used to diagnose shoulder pain. Unclear is whether tests and history accurately diagnose instability or intra-articular pathology (IAP). Objective To analyze the accuracy of clinical tests and history taking for shoulder instability or IAP. Data Sources Relevant studies identified through PubMed, EMBASE, CINAHL, and bibliographies of known primary and review articles. Study Selection Studies comparing the performance of history items or…
Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder Chart 20x26
With shoulder pain, it is difficult to lift or even rest comfortably. Is is something that will go away by applying an ice pack or is surgical intervention required. Having this full-size poster hanging on your wall can help determine what needs to be done. Main image of this 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster shows the bones, muscles, ligaments, veins and arteries of the shoulder. The poster illustrates posterior, lateral, anterior and superior views of the…
Making Them Bigger and Better Than Before!
To begin with, let's distinguish the difference between a Rotator Cuff symptom and a Rotator Cuff sign.
Yoga Exercises for Impingement Shoulder & Rotator Cuff | Livestrong.com
Having an injury shouldn't completely derail your fitness routine. Try a yoga sequence for rotator cuff injury to maintain strength as your shoulder heals.
Rotator cuff injury - Symptoms and causes
This common shoulder disorder is often caused by repetitive overhead motions in jobs or sports. Extensive rotator cuff tears may require surgery.
Very Best Fitness Watches for Women Who Want A Rockin' Bod!
The very best fitness watches for women who want a rockin' bod this year! Don't know which one is right for you? This post clears it up for you!
Alternatives to Rotator Cuff Tear Surgery – The evidence for non-surgical options
How did you get here? You may have had your follow up surgical consultation and you are looking for another answer. Perhaps you just returned home from your follow up visit with the shoulder surgeon. He/She read the MRI findings report to you. You have a full thickness rotator cuff tear. Your orthopedist may now be recommending a rotator cuff surgery or management with non-surgical methods. What ever recommendation you received, you are looking up more information on line.
The Forgotten Rotator Cuff Muscle, Part 4
Author: Ben Benjamin. Title: The Forgetten Rotator Cuff Muscle. Summary: With this article on exercise rehabilitation, I will end the series on injuries to the teres minor. Since the teres minor and infraspinatus muscles perform...
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So yet again I am pleased to give you another fantastic guest article, this time from Chris Littlewood a physio and a research fellow at the University of Sheffield. He is currently undertaking a P…
How to Get a Better Rack | Invictus Fitness
Invictus coach Nichole DeHart discusses ways to improve mobility to create a better rack position for movements like the clean, front squat and thruster.
Rotator Cuff Muscles
Remember them with the mnemonic SITS (Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, Subscapularis). Also remember the "Empty can supraspinatus test" used to evaluate this muscle asking the patient to abduct his/her arm to 90 degrees and flex the arm from that position 30 degrees (horizontally) with thumbs pointing to the floor, then apply downward force to his/her arms. This maneuver will elicit pain and weakness on the affected side due to impingement of the supraspinatus tendon (the most…