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  • What You Need To Know About Shoulder Replacement

    Many cases of shoulder pain can be solved with minimally invasive treatments such as anti-inflammatory injections, routine physically therapy and arthroscopic surgeries. However, patients who experience chronic pain because of degenerative processes/conditions, such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, typically require more intensive treatment, up to and including shoulder replacement.

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  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries

    The ACL helps stabilize the knee when turning or planting the body. Most ACL injuries take place during sports when a person is cutting, pivoting, sidestepping or lands abruptly. Downhill skiing, football, soccer, basketball and gymnastics are some of the sports in which ACL injuries commonly occur.

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  • Interval Throwing Program for Athletes

    In the ITP, the target distances recommended are rounded to the nearest 10 feet. - To each Phase there is a short toss, a 15 minute rest and a long toss component to be performed at each workout.

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  • Throwers Ten Exercise Program

    Involved hand will grip tubing handle overhead and out to the side. Pull tubing down and acrossyour body to the opposite side of leg. During the motion, lead with your thumb.

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  • Understanding Hips and Hip Fractures

    A hip fracture is more than a broken bone. If you are older, breaking your hip can mean a major change in your life. You will probably need surgery, and it can take as long as a year to recover. But activity and physical therapy can help you get your strength and mobility back.

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