Study Shows Spinal Alignment and Back Muscles Involved With Shoulder Problems

This study found that people with the hump-back posture with weak back muscles are at risk of experiencing reduced motion in their shoulders. Impact of spinal alignment and back muscle strength on shoulder range of motion in middle-aged and elderly people in a prospective cohort study Eur Spine J. 2014 Jul;23(7):1414-9. doi: 10.1007/s00586-014-3251-9. Epub 2014…

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Conquering Arthritis Naturally

Mark Hyman, M.D. interviews Susan Blum, M.D.  Both physicians practice Functional Medicine, and they have a very interesting discussion over their approach to helping their patients who suffer from arthritis.  If you suffer from arthritis, I recommend getting Dr. Blum’s book. Story Source

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Managing The Frozen Shoulder – E-book

A self-care guide for those suffering from frozen shoulder By William E. Morgan, DC and Sarah Potthoff, DC Download Managing The Frozen Shoulder Ebook

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Australian Man’s Frozen Shoulder Fixed by The OAT Procedure – Video

This gentleman gives his testimonial about how he responded to Trigenics treatment for his frozen shoulder. WATCH VIDEO

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No Benefit of Arthroscopy in Shoulder Impingement Pain

Scoping the shoulder (arthroscopy) for an impingement  syndrome is responsible for up to 70% of all shoulder problems. A study in the past showed that the scientific clinical evidence in favor of this type of shoulder surgery is scarce. This study compared performing the real surgery against a fake/placebo surgery.  They found that the differences…

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FROZEN SHOULDER CURE: Physical Therapist Assistant Fixed by the Trigenics®

This is a video of a Physical Therapist Assistant talking about his experience with getting Trigenics® treatment for his frozen shoulder. WATCH VIDEO Dr. Broussard offers Trigenics® treatments here in Lubbock for shoulder problems. If this offer is still going on, click www.LubbockShoulderPainSolutions.com for an offer Dr. Broussard created for those who are reading this page.  

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Hydraulic distention and frozen shoulder management

This study discusses a technique called hydraulic distension for frozen shoulder.  What is hydraulic distension?  The technique involves inserting a needle into the front of the shoulder joint and injecting lidocaine, a numbning agent, triamcinolone, which is a steroid, and then about 40 ml of chilled saline solution forcibly injected into the joint space. This…

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5 Frozen Shoulder Exercises

Frozen shoulder can be a very painful experience. It makes your shoulder painful when reaching for your clothes or combing your hair. It is painful while trying to lift just about anything. In this video, we will learn 5 most effective frozen shoulder exercises to cure frozen shoulder pain. [Watch Video Here]

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Type I Diabetes and Frozen Shoulder

Highlights Of patients with type 1 diabetes for ≥45 years, 59% had frozen shoulder, with 73% affected bilaterally. Patients with painful frozen shoulder had highest disability and least shoulder mobility. High glycemic index was associated with severe disability and restricted shoulder mobility. Author: Niels Gunnar Juel, MD Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation August 2017 Volume…

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Rounded shoulders: Ways to fix ‘mom posture’

Mon 24 July 2017 By Jon Johnson Reviewed by Gregory Minnis, DPT The term rounded shoulders is used to describe a resting shoulder position that has moved forward from the body’s ideal alignment. Rounded shoulders, sometimes known as ‘mom posture,’ are part of overall bad posture, and they can get worse if left untreated. There…

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