Shoulder Pain From Computer Use? Chiropractic Solution.

A Chiropractic Solution for Mouse Shoulder

BY HOWARD PETTERSSON, DC AND J.R. GREEN, DC

Dynamic Chiropractic – October 1, 2018, Vol. 36, Issue 10

Clinical literature abounds with articles about repetitive injury and conditions related to the use of electronic devices, especially stationary or desktop computers and work stations.

Exercise of the Month March

This month’s exercise is quadruped scapular stabilization.  This is a great exercise to improve shoulder stabilization.

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Exercise of the Month March

This month’s exercise consist of a deep squat with a kegel and a 5 sec hold. This exercise prepares the body for labor. Kegel exercises are great to prepare your pelvic floor for labor and the squat is a great exercise to build up much needed endurance.

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Diagnosing and Preventing 2,000,000 Ankle Sprains Per Year

by Dr. Bruce Buckman PT, DPT, ART

2,000,000. It’s a huge number. It’s also the estimated number of ankle sprains sustained every year in the United States alone. One in six injuries sustained by a high school athlete will be an ankle sprain, more specifically a lateral ankle sprain, making it the most commonly occurring injury in all high school sports.

Exercise of the Week #33 – Foam Rolling Quads and Calves

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Foam Rolling for the Quadriceps and Gastrocnemius (Calf) muscles. Foam rolling should be a staple in every athlete’s and weekend warrior’s workout routine. Watch the video below to see how to foam roll properly!

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Exercise of the Week #32 – Thoracic Rotations with Power Band

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Thoracic Rotations with Power Band in a tall kneeling position. This exercise works well for baseball players and golfers because it improves thoracic spine mobility and core stability.

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Exercise of the Week #31 – Push-Ups with Alternating Knee Taps

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Push-Ups with Alternating Knee Taps, which is great for core strength and stability, as well as increased obliques activation.

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Exercise of the Week #30 – Eccentric External Rotation Ball Drops

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Eccentric External Rotation Ball Drops, a great exercise for shoulder strength and stability especially for throwing athletes.

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Keri Moran, PT
Bruce Buckman, PT, DPT

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