Posts Tagged ‘shoulder dislocation’
The postoperative MRI showed a tear about 9 millimeters long. In the course of rehab this tear was putting the brakes on my shoulder’s recovery. By weakening the tendon, it reduced both the amount of resistance I could handle and the frequency of my workouts, and so it limited my strength increase.
Filed under: Sports Injuries | 6 Comments
Tags: Chiromedic, Dev Chatterjee, dislocated shoulder, Francis Fontaine, Platelet-Rich Plasma, PRP, Quanta Performance, rehab, shoulder dislocation, tendon
There were some rainy days in Northeast Kingdom so I spent them reviewing and commenting video recording of my last seminar on combining strength and flexibility training. At the seminar I had the participants go through exercises that simultaneously stretch and strengthen the involved muscles, and even help with posture correction. One of these exercises […]
Filed under: Flexibility and Stretching, Sports Injuries | 14 Comments
Tags: back bridge, exercises, Flexibility, injury, rehabilitation, shoulder dislocation, strength, stretching