I want to start off and say thank you for all those in attendance to my webinar this week on rehabilitation following arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. We had a great group and a large Q&A session. The Q&A session was so good we spent almost 2 hours interacting! Due to the success of this webinar I am currently working on posting a schedule of upcoming webinars. My goal is to have a monthly webinar scheduled out for the calendar year with a few extra sprinkled in here and there. Here is an example of my past webinar on NMES following rotator cuff repair. Stay tuned for a post with the schedule and as always subscribe to this website to be sure to receive all the latest information.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, there is a fairly new website called SportsRehabExpert.com. So far the site is outstanding and I am sure it is only going to get better. The list of contributing authors is fantastic. In addition to myself, there are articles by Stuart McGill, Michael Boyle, Gray Cook, Eric Cressey, Charlie Weingroff, and many more. In addition to all the great articles, many with video and presentations, there is a discussion board that is pretty neat to ask and answer questions with your peers. Check it out, you won't be disappointed. For some reason, they are actually giving away Eric Cressey’s new book Maximum Strength FREE with every new yearly subscription, shipping included! I would join without the book thrown in, together this is an offer than can’t be beat. Check out SportsRehabExpert.com.
Book of the Week
every few months, part of my own professional development is to go back and re-read some of my old books. It is amazing what you forget and some simple little take away messages you get from doing this, and it usually only takes a few nights to through a book. The couple of months I have done this with McKenzie’s books on Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. I have always found McKenzie’s approach to be a very simple and effective component of how I approach spine patients. If you haven’t read these classics yet, you really should, both are two volume sets for the lumbar spine and the cervical and thoracic spine.
Video of the Week
There is nothing worse than the awkward patient that falls off a treadmill. Not laughing at them may be harder than mobilizing a patient with adhesive capsulitis!
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