Monthly Archives: December 2013

“You want me to EXERCISE during my chemotherapy?”

This is a question I face every day in my practice as a specialist in oncology rehab. Many of my patients are going through chemotherapy and commonly experience side effects such as: ● Severe fatigue ● Generalized weakness ● Nausea … Continue reading

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It’s an exciting time to be hip!

The current body of literature on femoracetabular impingement (FAI) continues to grow at a rapid pace. There is considerable evidence in support of arthroscopic and open surgical interventions for patients with symptomatic FAI and associated soft tissue pathology such as … Continue reading

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A Student for the Day

Dr. Kip Magneson recently finished his 40 hour externship with Motiv K9 Fitness Therapy.  We were very pleased to have him, and grateful he committed the time to drive once a week, 2.5 hour each way from his practice. His … Continue reading

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Although there are many causes of shoulder pain and symptoms in the overhead athlete, scapular dysfunction has been thought to be a contributing factor to shoulder related pain.

A recent study by Myers et al in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery has shown that scapular dysfunction identified during preseason screening in 246 high school baseball players is not associated with subsequent throwing-related upper extremity injuries. When … Continue reading

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