The shoulder is one of the most complex and heavily worked joints in the body. As a result, it can be highly vulnerable to injury causing some of the most debilitating forms of pain while significantly limiting a person’s daily activities. Injuries to the shoulder are often caused by a fall, strain, heavy lifting or

I have been battling against a terrible chronic tendonosis in my patellar tendons and I am ready for this to be healed!  The science of tendon care has progressed significantly as I have observed on my journey.  In the passionate study of the latest and greatest, I have found some clinical gems I would like

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Orthopedic Conditions

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 by

Pre and Post Surgical Lumbar Injuries: Posterior Derangements (Disc Bulge) Lumbar Dysfunctions (Adaptive Shortening) Adherent Nerve Root Radicular Symptoms (Sciatica) Lumbar Instability (Weakness Deep in Spine) Lumbar Hypomobility (Stiff Back) SI Joint Dysfunction Pregnancy Related Back and SI Joint Problems Spondylosis Spondylolysis Spondylolisthesis Pre and Post Surgical Cervical Injuries: Whiplash Associated Syndrome Posterior / Anterior

1. WARM UP THOROUGHLY – Cold, tight muscles are more prone to injury than warmed up, flexible muscles. Do your back a favor by warming up for five to ten minutes before shoveling or any strenuous activity. Get your blood moving with a brisk walk, marching in place, or other full-body warm up. Stretch your low back