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Surgical training: Weak links in the kinetic chain

Every exercise is an assessment. The body is one unit, and as such what’ll limit an specific movement might be only one piece, not the whole structure. 234 more words

Strength (gymnastics And Weightlifting)

Overview of Scapula Fractures

A board-certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Nabil Ebraheim serves as the chief of orthopedic trauma at the University of Toledo Medical Center. In his work, Dr. Nabil Ebraheim has demonstrated his expertise… 221 more words

Dr Nabil Ebraheim

Juggling the Juggler (The Instruction Manual)

Keeping it simple is the name of the game when learning how to juggle (or I think it is since I cannot juggle yet 😂).  I believe practice and consistency will help anyone develop a skill.   971 more words

Shoulder Pain

The Fight Against Devolution of the Upper Body: Free your Neck and Let your Shoulder Blades Celebrate

Disclaimer: Admittedly, this is more of a kinesiology post rather than physiology, but after several recent experiences relating to this topic, I believe a temporary divergence is worthwhile. 1,270 more words

Awareness Exercise - Scapula Depression / Lower Trapezius

Today, a patient of mine was having difficulty performing a seated cable retraction. His upper trap was taking over the exercise and he could not tell which direction his scapula was headed. 299 more words

Physical Therapy

The Squat Fix: Scapular Stability Pt 2

Welcome back to Squat University! Last week we started a conversation on scapular stability. The muscles that control the scapula help stabilize the barbell during an overhead squat or snatch movement in a strong and safe position. 637 more words

Squat University

Half Side Bridge Spectacular

The half side bridge (HSB) is a great exercise that should be considered remedial. Unfortunately, for most people the HSB is very challenging. The simplicity of the exercise doesn’t mean it is not taxing or without nuances that can make the exercise even more difficult and beneficial. 467 more words

Physical Therapy