Total shoulder replacements are becoming more common, especially in younger patient populations that want to stay active. There is some conflicting information regarding the safety and efficacy of immediate range of motion following total shoulder arthroplasty.
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This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Molly Galbraith, Justin Ochoa, and Kiefer Lammi.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the use of Jefferson Curls, restoring knee extension after ACL surgery, and how we eliminate compensations in our athletes returning from injury.
Just because an exercise is popular, doesn’t mean it’s a good option for everyone. I wanted to share 3 more exercises that I am not going to use anymore. These are pretty popular exercises, so I expect many to disagree with me. I actually have no problem with you using these exercises, I just wanted to share some reasons why I have started to critically assess the value of them, and have considered not performing them anymore.
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dave Tilley, Journal of Sports Rehabilitation, and Tony Gentilcore.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about biceps tenodesis in Crossfit athletes, annual movement checkups, and joint capsular patterns.
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Tony Gentilcore, a guest post I wrote for InsidePitchOnline.com, and Scott Buxton.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show he have a baseball episode with special guests Will Carroll, Dan Blewett, Kevin Vance, and Dave Fischer all discussing weighted ball velocity programs and post-game routines for pitchers.
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- Should We Delay Range of Motion After a Total Shoulder Replacement?
- Is Being Really Lean Worth It, The Definitive Guide To Getting Injured, and 3 Keys To A Better Kettlebell Swing
- Jefferson Curls, Restoring Knee Extension After ACL Surgery, Eliminating Compensations in Athletes Returning from Injury
- 3 Popular Exercises I Am No Longer Using
- Overhead Press after Injury, ACL Muscle Volume, and Getting Strong in Only 3 Days a Week
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