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5 Reasons Why There Are So Many MLB Tommy John Injuries

The baseball season is only a few weeks old and we’ve already seen an impressive amount of MLB pitchers need Tommy John surgery. This pace could lead to a record breaking amount of injured pitchers. While many have speculated about the causes of this rise, I wanted to share my perspective as someone that has worked with healthy and injured players from Little League to Major League Baseball. Here are 5 reasons why there are so many MLB Tommy John injuries.

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strategies for anterior pelvic tilt

Strategies for Anterior Pelvic Tilt

This month’s Inner Circle webinar was on Strategies for Anterior Pelvic Tilt. I go through my system of how I integrate manual therapy, self-myofascial release, stretching, and correcting exercises.

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arthroscopic rotator cuff repair

How to Enhance Your Success After Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery

Follow these proven recommendations to put yourself or your client in position to succeed and maximize your outcome following rotator cuff repair surgery.

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true hip flexor stretch

The True Hip Flexor Stretch

The hip flexor stretch has become a very popular stretch in the fitness and sports performance world, and rightly so considering how many people live their lives in anterior pelvic tilt. However, this seems to be one of those stretches that I see a lot of people either performing incorrectly or too aggressively.

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elbow extension tommy john

8 Keys to Tommy John Rehabilitation

With the right care and attention, UCL reconstruction surgery can have a really good outcome. Follow these 8 keys to Tommy John Rehabilitation and you’ll be back on the mound in no time.

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youth acl injuries

Expert Advice on Youth ACL Injuries

Expert orthopedic surgeons from the AOSSM share their advice on youth ACL injuries.

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Poor scapular position

Is Resting Scapular Position Important?

Based on our current understanding of scapular posture, it is hard to place a lot of emphasis on static posture as it does not appear to be reliable, valid, correlate to injury, or correlate to poor movement patterns.

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scapular stability push up on unstable surface

Using Unstable Surfaces to Enhance Scapular Stability

If you are trying to enhance someone’s scapular stability and possible reduce scapular dyskinesis, performing the push up with a plus exercise on an unstable surface appears to be a valuable option.

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