This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dan Pope, Scott Buxton, and Dean Somerset.
Inner Circle Updates
I am going to be posting a recording of my live Q&A that we performed on the private Inner Circle Facebook group last week. It should go live tomorrow!
My Last webinar recording on “6 Keys to ACL Rehabilitation” is now available to watch as well. This webinar will cover:
- The #1 complication after ACL rehab, prolonged weakness, and how to minimize this
- The two most important things to focus on during the first week of rehabilitation
- How to develop advanced strength programs and alter periodization schemes in the rehab setting
- My simple, yet effective, criteria to return to activities
Not an Inner Circle Member yet?!? In addition to these webinars and this month’s exclusive discount, Inner Circle members have access to years worth of webinars, an exclusive member-only forum to interact, and more!
Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up fromDr. Jeff Dugas on the Muscle Response to Injury.
In this presentation Dr. Dugas discusses phases of muscle healing and treatment principle for muscular injuries. This presentation will:
- Overview structure and function of muscles.
- Discuss 3 phases of healing.
- Discuss muscle strains and muscle contusions.
- Discuss treatment of muscular injuries.
Please visit RehabWebinars.com to learn more about joining and accessing this webinar and more than 100 other great webinars:
The #AskMikeReinold Show
On this week’s episode of The #AskMikeReinold show we talk about our recommended shoulder continuing education courses, how to write programs for athletes, and our thoughts on the dead hang position from a bar.
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The Missing Key To Correcting Anterior Pelvic Tilt
Dan Pope has an article up on fitnesspainfree.com talking about correcting anterior pelvic tilt:
Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome – The Warwick Agreement
Scott Buxton has an article up on physiospot.com talking about the Warwick Agreement:
Breathing, Rib Flare, and Winged Scapulae: The Factors That Can Affect a Client’s Shoulder
Dean Somerset has an article up on theptdc.com talking about different factors that are affecting shoulders: