Athletico’s Jeremy Smith, PT, DPT, CGFI, recently appeared on Chicago District Golfer TV on Comcast SportsNet where he discussed injury prevention and treatment tips for two common golf injuries, rotator cuff and medial epicondylitis, or [More]
The rotator cuff comprises of a set of four muscles that serve to stabilize the shoulder, including the Infraspinatus, Supraspinatus, Teres Minor, and Subscapularis. They connect the scapula to the humerus. In a rotator cuff [More]
This 20-minute shoulder stretching & exercising routine is done in real time so it’s easy to follow along. These shoulder stretches & exercises help loosen up the area & strengthen the muscles around the joint. [More]
Airrosti’s Anthony Pavlich, PT, DPT goes over stretches and exercises to help relieve shoulder pain associated with rotator cuff injuries. Utilizing a lacrosse ball can help loosen tension while strengthening exercises help increase stability throughout [More]
“Famous” Physical Therapists, Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck, describe the top 3 warning signs that the pain you are having could be a rotator cuff tear. Watch the video for some simple tests you can [More]
Top 3 Signs Of A Rotator Cuff Tear (Updated) Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/physicaltherapyvideo Website: https://bobandbrad.com/ This video is an old that had been updated with better auido & video quality as well as new information. Bob [More]
Can I Heal My Torn Rotator Cuff, Science Shows Positive Results Without Surgery, MUST See! Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/physicaltherapyvideo Website: https://bobandbrad.com/ Bob and Brad discuss how you can heal your rotator cuff pain without surgery. Interested [More]
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