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The Shoulder Bone’s Connected to the… by John Elder Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 4:08pm Dutch researchers have discovered that those playing volleyball and baseball could be at a higher risk for arterial aneurysm, a condition caused by dangerous bulges in a blood vessel wall. As with a lot of studies that come out, I’m blown away by how much the researchers focus on the condition itself, rather than the ultimate cau ... Read on »
Three CrossFit Workouts and a Shoulder Update by dlease Posted Fri 01 Mar 2013 2:36pm CrossFit this week has been kind of funny.  On Monday, our strength work was heavy squats.  After skiing all weekend, and skiing pretty hard, I had low expectations.  And then, I had a really good workout, and I hit 315# for my back squat in my fifth working set. Last fall, I did 365#, but I haven't squatted over 300# since then, so the ease w ... Read on »
Keeping Your Shoulders Mobile AND Stable by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:44pm Every time you reach for your seatbelt or wave goodbye, you rely on the impressive range of motion (ROM) of your shoulder. Unfortunately, for all of its mobility, the shoulder is also the least stable joint in your body, making it a prime target for injury. The shoulder complex consists of a ball and socket joint and shoulder girdle wh ... Read on »
Shoulder dislocation and shoulde... by Chris M. Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 9:33pm Shoulder dislocation and shoulder separation are commonly confused. Though they are both very serious injuries, they are completely different. Bones of the shoulder joint There are three bones that make up the shoulder joint: the humerus (upper arm bone) the scapula (shoulder blade) the clavicle (collar bone) Shoulder joi ... Read on »
Creating a Frame For Shoulder Stability. by Eugene Thong Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 15 Oct 2008 7:55am One of the most important concepts you need to pin down when working with weights is the concept of “plugging up all the leaks.” This refers to what most trainers would call stabilization - tightening up your musculature so as to become resistant to change of position or condition.  Without stabilization, some of the force and effort you exert ag ... Read on »
Three Easy Exercises for Shoulder Pain by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 10 Aug 2012 10:02pm You walk for your knees, stretch for your back, and lift weights for your bones. But what about your shoulders? Too often ignored, the complex joints require at least as much attention as your body’s other high-maintenance areasand when you consider the decades you’ve spent carrying too-heavy handbags and slouching ... Read on »
Shoulder Bursitis: And the return of the "Duke"… by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 5:48am Introduction For folks who have been gaming ever since the time Duke Nukem 3D was released way back in 1997, it seems that after a 14-hiatus, the next installment of the game will be released that, of course, is way better than its prior version. What still remains is the macho-jingoism that only the 'king' of the fir ... Read on »
4 Years, 2 Rotator Cuff Surgeries and 2 Rotaters .. a Shoulder Rehab Testimonial by Chris M. Posted Wed 23 Oct 2013 1:38pm We love our customers … and our customers love us because of the way the Rotater helps them rehab their shoulders.  Read on and you’ll see what I mean. A Shoulder Story – Surgery and Recovery Four years ago I had surgery on my left shoulder for a bone spur. Experiencing intense pain after the surgery and during therapy, I surfed t ... Read on »
Immunofixation negative still...but what about the shoulder? by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Mon 04 Jan 2010 12:00am Okay, so I managed to PRY out of the people at GD's office that my test as of 12/22 was still immunofixation negative, so that's good. So what's with the faint dull pain in the shoulder? Could this be bone healing? God I hope so! We'll see how things go. I head back there tomorrow (GD's office) for my weekly infusion. The nice nurse De ... Read on »
SHOULDER INJURIES SIDE LINE THE STARS OF AFL AND NRL by Cascia T. Posted Sat 04 Aug 2012 3:05am By Sharon Freeman Most followers of football (AFL) in Victoria will know that Mark Murphy is out for 8 to 10 weeks. The Carlton star needed surgery on the fractured shoulder bone he received in... Click on the title above to read more Read on »