Exercise of the Month

Here is a great exercise that targets those upper back and shoulder muscles.

Reverse Butterfly’s – Keep in mind that all of the work in this exercise is done by your shoulder blades. 8 more words


Running vs Shoulder Pain

Don’t you just hate it when you really start to get into a routine and your body sends a curve ball at you?

This week I have managed to get more exercise in, especially running, and I even did my first weights session since an injury last year (not related to the training, just my own stupidity in the kitchen!). 535 more words


Shoulder Pain from an Athletic Trainer’s Perspective

Over the past few months I have conversed with a few powerlifters in the gym about their shoulder pain. These are serious powerlifters who understand the importance of maintaining physical health. 1,375 more words


Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis

By Carla Cranbury, PT

What is it?

Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, is a gradual onset shoulder condition characterized by pain and limited range of motion. 472 more words

Pain Relief

Low Back-Rest Assistance - Pain Is Inescapable, Suffering Is Optional

Breathing exercises for stress and anxiety are a brand-new pattern. Our breath reflects our emotions and fatigue. The more irregular and broken it is, the less Zen our body winds up being. 524 more words

Lab Report: Physical Therapy

This is not as much an experiment as it is a new experience for me. Framing it as an experiment makes it more fun though – so that’s what I did! 248 more words

Blog Posts

Why does my shoulder hurt?

Lately, I’ve been seeing a number of patients with shoulder pain. I am not what you would call a “Sports Chiropractor” and it is not my intention to become one. 438 more words