Thank you to all the support you guys have given us in 2018. We have been hard at work with extremely exciting projects going live this upcoming year! Stay tuned. This article showcase the 6 most popular Episodes of 2018. Serratus Anterior https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCHGG140HrEWant to check out our entire...
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a very common diagnosis, affecting approximately 8% of the population. Pain with TOS often presents anywhere between the neck, face, occipital region or into the chest, shoulder, with paresthesia into the upper extremity. Just all other syndromes this diagnosis encompasses a host of signs and symptoms and doesn’t tell us the specific pain generator. TOS can be broken down into neurogenic TOS (95-98% of cases according to Davidovic et al. 2003) vs. vascular TOS. Of Vascular there can be either Arterial TOS or Venous TOS. Despite this vague diagnosis, this article will demonstrate 7 Exercises to beat TOS.
This article is all about basketball shoulder instability rehab! Shoulder injuries are not uncommon in basketball. Shoulder instability can be the result of a shoulder dislocation, labrum injury, or secondary to musculoskeletal or neurological impairments. In this article, you will learn more about shoulder instability in general and how to address it with early, middle, and late rehab progressions. More importantly, you will learn how to prescribe basketball shoulder instability rehab for the basketball athlete.
Got shoulder pain? A tight posterior cuff is associated with a handful of shoulder dysfunctions like subacrominal impingement syndrome, posterior impingement, anterior instability, etc. And thus, increasing posterior shoulder mobility is part of the treatment protocol for many with shoulder pain. There's a high probability increasing your posterior shoulder mobility will help, and we're going to show you some of our favorite posterior shoulder mobility drills that you can perform NOW to give you some relief!
Scapular dyskinesis (aka SICK scapula syndrome) is an alteration or deviation in the normal resting or active position of the scapula during shoulder movement. This observation of "abnormal" or "erratic" movement is often associated with pain. ⁉But does scapular dyskinesis actually cause a painful shoulder? Does SICK scapula equal pain ⁉
This isn't your average rotator cuff and scapula article. We will be demonstrating and explaining seven evidence based shoulder exercises. Principles of biomechanics, kinesiology, and electromyography will be explained and you'll learn how to increase targeted muscle activation, improve scapular muscle activation sequencing, and challenge shoulder stability. We are taking broscience to the next level, providing research and evidence based shoulder exercises to prehab the shoulders for longevity.