Running Following Hip Surgery, The Shoulder Pain Epidemic, and The Deload Week

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Dan Pope, and Tony Gentilcore.

 


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Physical Therapy or Surgery for a Meniscus Tear?

While recent research is showing similar results between physical therapy and surgery for a meniscus tear, there are still certain patients that would benefit from surgery. Not every patient, or meniscus tear, is the same. Here’s what we know about who will respond best from surgery, or physical therapy after a meniscus tear.


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5 Keys to Returning to Sport After a Knee Surgery

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on 5 Keys to Returning to Sport After a Knee Surgery is now available.


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Blood Flow Restriction Training: Our BFR Experience So Far

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about our current understanding and experience using blood flow restriction training at Champion.


Latest Articles on Elite Baseball Performance

If you are interested in baseball related content, check out the latest posts from EliteBaseballPerformance.com.

  • 5 Ways to Strengthen Your Adductors
    by Nick Esposito on May 14, 2019 at 10:00 am

    When it comes to your adductors, or groin muscles, stretching is one of the most common go-to interventions to keep you from straining or pulling your groin. Stretching is one of the tools we use, but how do we strengthen your groin and adductor muscles? This article will breakdown additional ways to help you strengthen and keep your adductors healthy. The post 5 Ways to Strengthen Your Adductors appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]

  • The Other Type of Shoulder Instability: Batter’s Shoulder
    by John LaRue on May 7, 2019 at 10:00 am

    “Batter’s shoulder,” or posterior shoulder instability, is experienced with repetitive posterior shoulder stress which occurs specifically with baseball batting. Often, swinging and missing as well as reaching for an outside pitch can cause this posterior trauma. The article explains the mechanism behind the injury, the normal guide of treating the pathology, and putting shoulder instability of baseball player’s in perspective. The post The Other Type of Shoulder Instability: Batter’s Shoulder appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]


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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web


 

Running Following Hip Surgery

Great news out of AOSSM on running following hip surgery, 96% return!

The Shoulder Pain Epidemic

My man Dan Pope has an excellent series on shoulder pain in Crossfit athletes.  Here’s a link to part 4, which talks about programming and periodization, but check out the whole series.

The Deload Week

Tony Gentilcore discusses the pros and cons of deload weeks.  Some great points here.  I personally have built in more deload weeks into my long term rehab clients, but Tony said it well with this one sentence: “If we’re honest: most people don’t work hard enough to warrant a deload.”

 

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