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The science, research, causes, how to fix or heal, sport massages and exercises for shoulder dislocations

The science, research, causes, how to fix or heal, sport massages and exercises for shoulder dislocations

Shoulder dislocation occurs when the head of the humerus (upper arm bone) pops out of the shoulder socket (glenoid). It’s a common injury that can cause severe pain, instability, and limited range of motion in the shoulder joint. Sports massage can be a beneficial part of the treatment plan for shoulder dislocations, aiding in pain relief, reducing muscle tension, and promoting healing.

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Right Shoulder Cuff Tendinosis, Supraspinatus Tear- Interstitium, Anterior Interior Labrum Tear, Bursitis, Spur anterior Gienoid, Mild AC Arthropathy

Right Shoulder Cuff Tendinosis, Supraspinatus Tear- Interstitium, Anterior Interior Labrum Tear, Bursitis, Spur anterior Gienoid, Mild AC Arthropathy

Rotator cuff tendinosis is a very common cause of shoulder pain. Your rotator cuff tendons control the motion of your shoulder joint. They are four very important muscles and their structure can change with age, or because of your activities.

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PRO Sports Massage Santa Barbara

PRO Sports Massage Santa Barbara

Sports massage is a specialized form of massage therapy that focuses on enhancing athletic performance, promoting recovery, and preventing injuries. It involves the manipulation of soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments, using various techniques to address the specific needs of athletes and individuals engaged in regular physical activity. Here’s an in-depth discussion of the science and research behind the benefits of sports massag

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Facts on Meniscus Injuries, Tears, Surgery, Massage & Natural Treatments +Patellofemoral Disorder, PES Ansyritis Bursitis, Osteoatthritis

Facts on Meniscus Injuries, Tears, Surgery, Massage & Natural Treatments +Patellofemoral Disorder, PES Ansyritis Bursitis, Osteoatthritis

You feel a sudden pop or your knee locks. How do you know if it’s a torn meniscus? This is one of the most common types of knee injury. Even before you go to the doctor, some signs and symptoms can tell you if there is a meniscus tear. Plus, natural treatments may help you even more than surgery.

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The Four Rotator Muscles Explained

The Four Rotator Muscles Explained

The Rotator Cuff (RC) is a common name for the group of 4 distinct muscles and their tendons, which provide strength and stability during motion to the shoulder complex. They are also referred to as the SITS muscle, with reference to the first letter of their names (Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres minor, and Subscapularis, respectively). The muscles arise from the scapula and connect to the head of the humerus, forming a cuff around the glenohumeral (GH) joint.

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Is America’s Ultra-Processed Diet That Bad? Big Food Fights Back

Is America’s Ultra-Processed Diet That Bad? Big Food Fights Back

I share WSJ articles that I find interesting. I read the WSJ every day. You can subscribe to the WSJ here. I post some of the more interesting articles in the WSJ.   Food industry rallies to defend processing; changes could ‘rock the world’ of manufacturers By Jesse Newman – WSJ Move over GMOs and high-fructose …

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