Shoulder Problems?

March 18, 2009 Rick Kaselj

It May be All in Your Genes Friday, February 27, 2009 – Anthony J. Brown, MD – Reuters UK People may inherit a genetic predisposition to rotator cuff injury, according to a study presented Thursday […]

Knee Problems of the Super Obese

March 13, 2009 Rick Kaselj

The knee joint is especially vulnerable to injury in both healthy-weight active people and those who are overweight. But until today’s Mayo Clinic presentation, no one had published results of what happens to knee implants […]

Strength Training Improves Knee Replacement Recovery

March 11, 2009 Rick Kaselj

Progressive Quadriceps Strengthening Improves Recovery After Knee Replacement Tuesday, February 24, 2009  – Reuters Health A 6-week program of progressive strength training targeting the quadriceps femoris muscle group substantially improves strength and function following total […]

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The Myorelease Technique with Andrew Peters

March 9, 2009 Rick Kaselj

In this session, you will learn how to release your own myofascial trigger points. Releasing your own myofacial trigger points will help decrease muscle hypertonicity, soreness and improve flexibility. Releasing trigger points leads to optimal […]

Keeping up with the Bones’s

February 26, 2009 Rick Kaselj

She’s Young, She’s Beautiful and Full of Life, So why is Catherine Spillane Being Checked out for an Age-related Disease? Wednesday, February 11, 2009  – Ann Coogan – Herald.ie Osteoporosis is most commonly associated with […]

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