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Shoulder Impingement, Squatting Past 90 Degrees, Nutrition for Recovery

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the difference between subacromial and internal impingement, squatting past 90 degrees, and what we recommend for nutrition for recovery. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.

 

#AskMikeReinold Episode 126: Shoulder Impingement, Squatting Past 90 Degrees, Nutrition for Recovery

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  1. Rick Leclaire
    Rick Leclaire says:

    Regarding the deep squatting controversy and potential for injury. Being an “old school ” P.T. , I was always under the impression, that deep squatting increased risk of meniscus tears. Just for the fun of it ,in the age of the internet, I googled INCIDENCE OF KNEE INJURIES IN RUSSIAN COSSACK DANCERS and the same for Professional Baseball Catchers. My search did not reveal any specific studies. But, the question persists, does deep squatting even if it does not cause acute injuries promote degenerative changes over time. I know the verdict regarding the impact forces of running /jogging supposedly does not promote OA in healthy, no prior injury individuals. But, there are not many people beyond the age of 40-50 that can run daily without developing impairing pain . I wonder if your young PT powerlifting bucks will change their viewpoints once they reach the 40+ age level. Hope they can keep deep squatting till their 90 !

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  2. Tim Rudd
    Tim Rudd says:

    How much of an impact will cervical extension have on sub-acromial impingement with regards to symptoms and strategies for for improving kinematics of the shoulder joint?

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