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Advanced strengthening exercises are typically performed by patients eight-12 weeks after surgery, and beyond. Martin Kelley, DPT of Penn Rehab demonstrates these exercises, including forward flexion and external rotations with elevation. 0:00 – Introduction 0:16 [More]
Joe had been suffering from essential tremor for 17 years. After his medications began losing their effectiveness, he had a consultation with Penn Medicine neurosurgeon Iahn Cajigas, MD, PhD, and decided on MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound [More]
Kathryn “Katie” Schmitz of The ONE Group (Oncology – Nutrition – Exercise) at Penn State College of Medicine demonstrates Upper Back, part of the Moving through Cancer exercise program. This exercise targets the upper back. [More]
Martin Kelley, DPT of Penn Rehab reviews a number of progressive exercises for the second phase of recovery, six weeks after shoulder surgery including: extensions, internal rotations, horizontal abductions, resistance, and single-arm raise inclines. #ShoulderSurgery [More]
Martin Kelley, DPT of Penn Rehab reviews rehab exercises patients can do in the first six weeks after shoulder surgery, including: Pendulum swings, fist pumps, forward elevation, chair stretches, elbow bends, and using a stick [More]
Resistance bands are often used in rehab exercises for shoulder surgery patients. Martin Kelley, DPT demonstrates how to properly secure your resistance band on a doorknob for resistive exercises. #ShoulderSurgery #ShoulderRehab #PennMedicine
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