Shoulder Sling

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Adam Meakins, The Sports Physio His style of communication is noticeably not to everyone’s taste (see #physiotalk) and he’s certainly upset a few ‘Dinosaurs’ – “the iconic, influential and idolised clinicians and researchers who, despite a new ara in understanding pain and growing evidence of the biopsychosocial model, still stubbornly … Read More

The Shoulder

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Dr Chris Littlewood (PhD) was recently interviewed by David Pope on the Clinical Edge podcast discussing rotator cuff tendinopathy(1). If you’re a clinician or therapist interested in treating shoulders, I strongly encourage you to listen to it. In episode 82 of PT Inquest(2) Erik Meira and J.W. Matheson discuss a … Read More

Frozen Shoulder

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Frozen Shoulder: Use it or lose it – movement therapy to prevent the capsule from adhering too much too soon “Frozen shoulder is difficult to define precisely, diagnose accurately, or treat effectively. It is more like a disease than most common musculoskeletal problems. It is a biological failure, not a … Read More