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Clinical Examination
Mike Reinold

Shoulder Impingement – 3 Keys to the Evaluation and Treatment

Shoulder impingement is a really broad term that is used too often. It has become such a commonly used junk term, such as “patellofemoral pain.”

Unfortunately, the use of such a broad term as a diagnosis is not helpful to determine the treatment process. There is no magical “shoulder impingement protocol” that you can pull out of your notebook and apply to a specific person.

I wish it were that simple.

To make the treatment process for shoulder impingement a little more simple, there are 3 things that I typically consider to classify and differentiate shoulder impingement.

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The True Hip Flexor Stretch - Mike Reinold
Injury Treatment
Mike Reinold

The Best Hip Flexor Stretch

The hip flexor stretch has become a very popular stretch in the fitness and sports performance world, and rightly so considering how many people live their lives in anterior pelvic tilt. However, this seems to be one of those stretches that I see a lot of people either performing incorrectly or too aggressively.

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Mike Reinold

Extension Lag Following Knee Surgery

A common issue after knee surgery is quad weakness that may result in a knee extension lag. This can have many consequences for future strength gains and gait training, so it’s always best to address this quickly. Here are some strategies we use at Champion when someone has a knee extension lag.

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Ask Mike Reinold Podcast
Mike Reinold

Strategies for Treating Low Back Pain

Working with people with low back pain can seem daunting. Where do you get started? How do you progress them? Luckily, it’s not as complicated as it seems.

Here’s how we like to start by categorized the symptoms, then building a plan just like any other joint.

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