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Shoulder impingement rehab via pushup!

Date: June 23, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common problem for people walking through my office doors. In this problem soft tissue structures pinch under the acromion, that bony “roof” of your shoulder that you can feel with your fingers if you rub the upper angle of the joint where the rounding of the ball and socket...

Tendinopathy update: Part 3 - neural oriented pain

Date: May 31, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Yet another Tendinopathy update - managing pain by modulating the nervous system!   Tendinopathy is a topic that I seem to have returned to a number of times on this blog. But I do it for good reasons. First, Tendinopathy is a very common problem that brings people into clinic, and if there are so many with...

How to Bias Gluteal or Quads Power Using a Plyometric variant

Date: May 17, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

How to jump train your glutes (or your quads).   A long running theme in this blog is the concept of moving beautifully. Specifically we all deserve to move beautifully for two reasons. First because moving beautifully looks great, instills internal confidence and makes a fantastic impression on everyone around...

Why should I move beautifully?

Date: May 1, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Why should I move beautifully? Well, because injury is complicated. Almost never does someone come to my office complaining of symptoms where there is only “one simple thing” wrong.  Occasionally injury is simple but it is certainly not the rule.  In fact we can typically get away with just one issue without...

It hurts to raise my arms overhead! Military posture dysfunction.

Date: April 4, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Often I see clients who have difficulty reaching overhead or who have shoulder or upper back pain. In many if not most of these clients  I see a forward flexed upper back , a sort of “upper back slump” that looks kind of sloppy, stressful and certainly prevents achieving full overhead shoulder position. Try...


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