This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Evidence in Motion, Chris Johnson, and The Athlete’s Shoulder.
Inner Circle, ShoulderSeminar.com, and RehabWebinars.com
This week’s Inner Circle webinar on how to integrate Kettlebells in Shoulder Rehabilitation was rescheduled due to the hurricane. The webinar will now be this morning at 11:00 AM. A recording of the webinar will be available by early next week in the Inner Circle dashboard for members that missed it. Learn more about getting access to this webinar plus all my other past Inner Circle webinars.
RehabWebinars.com posted a great webinar from Dr. Jeff Dugas on the evaluation and surgical treatment of shoulder instability. Dr. Dugas is great and discusses all the various types of shoulder instabilities, radiological findings, and several surgical treatment options. Learn more about all the webinars over at RehabWebinars.com.
Lastly, my huge sale on ShoulderSeminar.com ended last night, however, I already have a few emails in my inbox from people that missed out and waited too long. I’ll have AdvancedCEU.com extend the sale until the end of the weekend (sunday at midnight EST) for anyone else that missed out. Last chance for $150 off plus free access to RehabWebinars.com! Click here for more information.
David Straight at Evidence in Motion created a really impressive infographic on how Physical Therapists should become the new primary care providers for low back pain. Not only is the infographic visually impressive, the breakdown how of expensive low back is to our nation and how physical therapy can reduce those costs is a powerful message.
Chris Johnson does some great work, especially when it comes to working with runners. He recently released a pretty impressive video breaking down the running biomechanics of an elite triathlete. Great summary of running mechanics but also how the concept of regional interdependence can impact what some would just assume is Achilles tendonitis.
My Athlete’s Shoulder book is currently going to be 50% off of the hardcover and 25% off the eBook over at the Elsevier website. Pretty good discount, but not sure how long this is going to last.