Angelo Criscenzo

Angelo Criscenzo

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The Rotator Cuff Says, "Don't Do This Exercise!"

The Rotator Cuff Says, "Don't Do This Exercise!"

As a health practitioner, the two most common injuries I see are shoulder and low back injuries. Here is my advice for how to handle and heal from these common athletic injuries.

As a health practitioner, the two most common injuries I see are shoulder and low back injuries. Here is my advice for how to handle and heal from these common athletic injuries.

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome occurs when the subacromial space lesses due to misalignment, abnormal bone growths, thickening of the tendon, or swelling in the bursa.

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome occurs when the subacromial space lesses due to misalignment, abnormal bone growths, thickening of the tendon, or swelling in the bursa.

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Most rotator cuff injuries heal with conservative treatment; however, a transcutaneous electric nerve stimulator (TENS) may help speed up this process. http://painrelieftens.com/blog/24-how-to-use-a-tens-machine-on-rotator-cuff-injuries

Most rotator cuff injuries heal with conservative treatment; however, a transcutaneous electric nerve stimulator (TENS) may help speed up this process. http://painrelieftens.com/blog/24-how-to-use-a-tens-machine-on-rotator-cuff-injuries

Motions Of The Glenohumeral Joint | Good to note: beyond 90 degrees flexion belongs to the scapulothoracic joint, not G/H jt. So if the client is unable to flex their arm beyond 90 degrees, look to dysfunction in the S/T joint.

Motions Of The Glenohumeral Joint | Good to note: beyond 90 degrees flexion belongs to the scapulothoracic joint, not G/H jt. So if the client is unable to flex their arm beyond 90 degrees, look to dysfunction in the S/T joint.

shoulder impingement | Shoulder-Impingement-Syndrome http://www.healthierliving.com.au/page/2/ #Physical #Therapy Pin/Via -

shoulder impingement | Shoulder-Impingement-Syndrome http://www.healthierliving.com.au/page/2/ #Physical #Therapy Pin/Via -

Recommended Clinical Tests for the Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Disease │ JAMA

Recommended Clinical Tests for the Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Disease │ JAMA