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Common Computer-Related Elbow Injuries and Pain Conditions by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Tue 13 Jan 2009 7:23pm Common Computer-Related Elbow Injuries & Conditions Lateral Epicondylitis/ Tendonitis: Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is actually a tendonitis condition. It is an extremely common injury with computer users however it originally got its name because it is a frequent tennis injury, appearing in a large proportion of tennis players. Later ... Read on »
5 Simple Tips to Prevent Computer Related Elbow Pain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:56pm Common Computer-Related Elbow Injuries & Conditions Lateral Epicondylitis/ Tendonitis: Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is actually a tendonitis condition. It is an extremely common injury with computer users however it originally got its name because it is a frequent tennis injury, appearing in a large proportion of tennis players. ... Read on »
Tennis Elbow Treatment by Brandon Goulding Posted Fri 21 Mar 2014 2:46pm By now you should have read about the anatomy of tennis elbow and the causes and symptoms . If not, I encourage you to. In this article I will talk about the treatment options for tennis elbow. A little warning, this is wordy article. I think it is well worth the read, but I would; I did write it after all. ConservativeAs with most inju ... Read on »
Is Thoracic Spine Extension Work Necessary? – Part 3 by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 6:58am Today marks the third and final installment of Eric Schoenberg's series on thoracic mobility drills – and whether or not they're indicated.  In case you missed them, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 . In the final piece of this series, I want to tie things together with a few foundational concepts that we use in the daily managem ... Read on »
What an Elbow Alone Can Tell You About Strength and Conditioning Program Design (Part 2) by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 09 Oct 2011 9:48am Today marks Part 2 of this mini-series covering just how much you can learn from looking at an elbow before writing up a strength and conditioning program.  In Part 1 , we talked about what can be learned from our first potential scenario, elbow hyperextension.  Today, we’ll focus on the lessons to be learned from three more scenarios. Full ... Read on »
Training Athletes with Funky Elbows: What a Valgus Carrying Angle Means by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 23 Sep 2013 10:34am I talk a lot about how there's a difference between simply "training baseball players" and actually training baseball players with a genuine appreciation of the unique demands they encounter – as well as their bodies' responses to those demands.  Today's post will be a great example of how you can't just throw every throwing arm into a generi ... Read on »
5 Simple Tips to Prevent Computer-Related Pain Conditions Including Lateral Epicondylitis by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Apr 2009 12:41pm Common Computer-Related Elbow Injuries & Conditions Lateral Epicondylitis/ Tendonitis: Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is actually a tendonitis condition. It is an extremely common injury with computer users however it originally got its name because it is a frequent tennis injury, appearing in a large proportion of tennis players. L ... Read on »
When to Suspect Lyme by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:49am The most useful diagnostic reference: the “Bible” of Lyme medical literature. by John Bleiweiss, MD. The When To Suspect Lyme Disease essay: This essay, written by John D. Bleiweiss, M.D., in April, 1994 is very long, but also very comprehensive and helpful. Any doctor checking for Lyme disease would do well to read this essay first; any ... Read on »
Does Reaching Behind the Back Reflect the Actual Internal Rotation of the Shoulder? by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 7:23am It is no secret that I am not a big fan of stretching the shoulder behind the back to gain internal rotation.  I have written about this in the past and even included it in my list of the 5 least favorite exercises .  I received a lot of feedback for this opinion, both positively and negatively.  Many people agree with me that this ... Read on »
Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine for Trigger Finger and Carpal Tunnel by Jeffrey Dach, MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 4:14am Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine for Trigger Finger and Carpal Tunnel by Jeffrey Dach, MD Jim is a 46 year old retired New York policeman who uses power tools to repair his house. His problem is chronic pain at the base of the thumb and wrist. The pain worsens with use of the hand, makin ... Read on »