Are you plagued by shoulder pain and unsure why? Interestingly, the cause of your shoulder pain may not be coming from inside your shoulder joint itself. The shoulder joint is more complex than most
Baseball season is upon us once again. It’s time to “play ball!” However, for a growing number of young athletes, injuries can derail a promising and enjoyable season. Two such injuries are the well
Many of us are looking to live happier, healthier, more active lives. A great place to start for your overall well-being is to improve your posture. Your posture is the foundation for all of
Suffering from shoulder pain can make simple tasks seem like a nightmare. A simple reach for a cup or a quick reach for a pen can strike early and often. Your shoulder’s first attach
On a daily basis I have “the posture talk.” It’s almost a simultaneous reaction from my patients to sit up straighter, pull their shoulders back, and look about six inches taller. We all know
Shoulder pain is a common complaint, especially for those of us whose leisure and occupation require repetitive overhead motion. Whether it’s landscaping, painting, exercise, or throwing, overhead use of your arm can result in
Pushups are likely one of the oldest forms of strength training. With zero equipment required, anyone and everyone can use this primitive form of strength development, right? You might be surprised by our answer.
The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that are responsible for both rotation and stabilization of the upper arm bone. It’s often improperly termed the “rotor cuff”, “rotator cup”, or “rotary cuff”