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Shoulder Pain? Chiropractic Can Help! by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 28 Apr 2010 12:00am San Francisco Chiropractor Comments: We have been helping patients with shoulder pain at Executive Express Chiropractic (formerly Front Street Chiropractic) since 1993. Shoulder pain can actually be very difficult to treat...and the pain can hang around for a long time without proper treatment. Heck...certain kinds of sh ... Read on »
6 Key Factors in the Rehabilitation of Shoulder Instability – Part 1 by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Mar 2011 6:00am Shoulder instability is a common pathology encountered in the orthopedic and sports medicine setting. But “shoulder instability” itself isn’t that simple to understand.  There exists a wide range of symptomatic shoulder instabilities from subtle recurrent subluxations to tra ... Read on »
Thumb subluxation by stipeygirl75 Posted Mon 19 Oct 2009 10:05pm Owww my poor thumb! Since my shoulder started going bad I have had to use my left arm/hand for more and more. Especially when my right arm was totally incapacitated, I had to use my left hand for EVERYTHING! Then, my left thumb began to protest at the extra work load. "The three phalanges in each finger are separated by two joints, called in ... Read on »
Jets' doc rules out Chrebet by whoisdfjl0 Posted Thu 25 Oct 2012 2:08am Eli Manning Jersey. Fassel based his latest evaluation on Shockey feeling significantly better the past couple days, and his history as a fast healer. Shockey, of course, wasn't available for comment. One certainty is that he'll miss Sunday's game at Philadelphia (6-3). Eagles coach Andy Reid isn't complaining. "What a great player he is, " Reid sa ... Read on »
PT for left shoulder by stipeygirl75 Posted Wed 10 Nov 2010 1:53pm Well, I guess my left shoulder was feeling jealous about all the attention my right shoulder got last year. So it has decided to sublux and spasm more! I finally made it to PT, and the lady poked around on my shoulder and measured my ROM. Seems my ROM is great - it's just that the shoulder is too "loose" so actually - too much ROM! She also sa ... Read on »
Thumb subluxation by stipeygirl75 Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm Owww my poor thumb! Since my shoulder started going bad I have had to use my left arm/hand for more and more. Especially when my right arm was totally incapacitated, I had to use my left hand for EVERYTHING! Then, my left thumb began to protest at the extra work load. "The three phalanges in each finger are separated by two joints, called ... Read on »
Shoulder Dislocation| Exercises by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:20pm October 4, 2008 Acute anterior shoulderdislocation is the commonest type of shoulderdislocation. Subsequently, the shoulder is less stable and more susceptible to re- dislocation, especially in active young adults.  Asearch in the Cochrane Musculoskeletal Injuries (1996-2003) to compare surgical versus non-surgical treatment for acute anter ... Read on »
Don't Make Yourself Look Like a Gorrila by Brandon Goulding Posted Sat 02 Jun 2012 11:46am Hi folks, I'd like to raise a small issue here about muscle imbalances. I won't go to far into depth about it right now, but here we go. Why do so many people (read: men) do four or five exercises a day for their chest but do one, maybe two for their upper back?  You guys are going to end up looking like gorillas if you get doing that ... Read on »
Protein Digestion and Gall Bladder Problems by Mike Patten, DC Facebook Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 12:07pm Yesterday we went very specific with athletes and diet.  Today we will broaden the scope to  involve everyone.  We have been discussing protein and the varies roles it plays within the body.  We will be exploring how proper protein digestion makes for a better functioning gall bladder. The gall bladder is important for proper digestion of f ... Read on »
Oh poop. by Ninjamedic Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Aug 2009 11:09pm I saw the surgeon again today, to get my stitches removed and talk about what he found on the inside of my shoulder. The tendon tears weren't as bad as he anticipated, which is good. I had some scar tissue that needed removed, and the anchors that were placed during the capsule reconstruction had broken off, so he had to remove them, too. ... Read on »