Static shoulder stretching .. is it good or bad? If you do a Google search … lots of stuff will show up about static stretching: 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Do Static Stretches For Runners, Static Stretching May Be Outdated Dynamic Vs. Static Stretching SOLVED If static shoulder stretching is so bad, THEN why do […]
Here are a few more tips following shoulder surgery to make your recovery go a little better. Tips from this video are directed toward patients who’ve had rotator cuff surgery, but may apply to other shoulder surgeries as well: don’t fall down … stumbling and then putting your hands out to brace yourself is a […]
Jim Nespor, physical therapist and athletic trainer, at Cyclone Sports Medicine, has been using the ROTATER since 2009. Jim’s a big fan of the ROTATER and contributed these ROTATER action pictures. Lying External Rotation Lying Internal Rotation Are you receiving our Top 10 Newsletter? Click the image below.
It was 2007 and we’d been back from the American Physical Therapists Association annual conference for about four weeks. During this time, we were following up on the contacts that we made while there, shipping “Rotaters” out everyday and remembering how scary and exhilarating the conference was. Flashback 2007 – Denver APTA conference: scary & […]
NOTE: This was our first blog post … from way back in July of 2007. I didn’t have a clue how far we’d come. NOW, we have so much to do, that finding time to maintain our older blog (Shoulder Rehab and Performance) is just not cost / time effective. So, we’re moving that content […]