Orthopedic rehabilitation

Static Posture Linked To Pain

“Trapezius muscle activity variation during computer work performed by individuals with and without neck-shoulder pain.”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Research published on July 25, 2019 found that individuals with neck and shoulder pain exhibited longer uninterrupted periods of muscle activation compared to their non-symptomatic counterparts. This suggests that static posture and not poor posture may be the greater concern and contributor to pain. The research

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Risk Factors for Shoulder Stiffness

“Shoulder stiffness (SS) is a condition of restricted glenohumeral range of motion (ROM), which can arise spontaneously (primary or idiopathic SS, also known as “frozen shoulder”) or as consequence of a known cause, including surgical procedures on the shoulder (secondary and postoperative SS). Numerous risk factors have been described, both for primary and postoperative SS. Recent research suggests that numerous

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It’s Time For East to Meet West in Sports Medicine

It is time for the current Sports Medicine model to incorporate a time tested medicine into the mix. A seamlessly integrated approach between traditional western and eastern medicines provides a synergistic approach, which provides a superior model for enhancing human performance, preventing injuries and rehabilitating from them as well. Here is an article I wrote: It’s Time For East

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