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Functional strengthening and retraining of the body after an injury can be accomplished using the same equipment found in most fitness studios. When dealing with shoulder injuries, we like to start to with these three [More]
“Famous” Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate the absolute best exercises to treat Shoulder Impingement. These are self-treatments that have helped many of Bob and Brad’s patients. Shoulder Impingement is one of the [More]
Will Simple Hanging Help Your Shoulder Pain? Rotator Cuff Injury? Impingement? Tendonitis? Youtube Channel: …
The best exercises you can do at home to strengthen your rotator cuff, stabilize your shoulder, and eliminate pain. Effective for common painful shoulder conditions including impingement, tendonitis, and inflammation. Effective home exercises led by [More]
Famous Physical Therapist’s Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate the things you need to do in order to allow your shoulder rotator cuff injury to heal.
Rotator Cuff injuries and movement limitations are quite common and surely can restrict a lot of everyday activities. Reaching, lifting, carrying and even driving can irritate a shoulder that is painful or inflamed. What is [More]
I have prepared 4 exercises that you can try at home with minimal equipment. These exercises should be done daily at least once a day. Before you try this routine make sure to consult your [More]
Must Do These 3 Exercises for Rotator cuff Strengthening For improving External Rotation, Abduction and Internal rotation For shoulder pain relief. In this video Dr. Varun Wasil- MPT(Orthopaedics) From Sukoon Physical Therapy, Jalandhar Explained about [More]
This video provides advice and guidance fron iTrust NHS Physiotherapy from Ipswich Hospital (www.ipswichhospital.nhs.uk/itrust/physio). General disclaimer – you are welcome to use this information to help you with your condition. However we cannot guarantee suitability [More]
Posterior shoulder pain is often times the result of the posterior rotator cuff getting overloaded which leads to trigger points, inflammation of the tendons, or even entrapment of nerves. A key component to resolving this [More]
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