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Patient’s compliance following rotator cuff repair

We probably have all at one point or another wondered about our patient’s compliance following rotator cuff repair and during their post- operative rehabilitation?  How important is patient compliance to the overall outcome of the surgery and subsequent rehabilitation?  Just … Continue reading

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New Glute Activation Exercise: Monster Walk

I’ve been using monster walks for something like nine years now. No matter how many new and interesting exercises I learn or invent, monster walks remain one of my favorite choices for glute activation in the Performance U approach to … 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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New Ideas In My Practice

There is a chance to maximize the performance outcomes with your patients that we are not taking advantage of. What if we create a mental video of their habitual movement patterns with each and every patient? The habits are automatic … Continue reading

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