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perfect squat form

Is Perfect Squat Form a Myth?

I often work with many people that are trying to squat with perfect form, or least what they believe is “perfect form.” The quest for “perfect squat form” probably isn’t that simple.

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5 Tips for Treating Scapular Winging

5 Tips for Treating Scapular Winging

In this presentation, I discuss how I treat some of the difficult patients with scapular winging. I’ll overview 5 tips I use to facilitate better scapular movement and reduce winging. These are great tips that really work when you have a significant amount of winging.

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How to Cue the Scapula During Shoulder Exercises

How to Cue the Scapula During Shoulder Exercises

In today’s video, I share my thoughts on the common cue of retracting your scapulae together while performing shoulder exercises.

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The Influence of Pain on Shoulder Mechanics

The Influence of Pain on Shoulder Biomechanics

A recent research report in JOSPT examined how the shoulder and scapula of people with pain moves differently than those without pain.

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Enhancing Overhead Shoulder Mobility

Integrating Manual Therapy Techniques

In this presentation, I provide an overview of my system on how I integrate different manual therapy techniques to provide consistent and predictable results. By combining several different techniques in a logical and sequential order, you can make rapid results with your clients.

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PCL posterior cruciate ligament

Can PCL Injuries Be Successfully Treated Without Surgery?

Recent research looks at the outcomes of subjects with PCL deficient knees that were followed for up to 21 years.

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Designing Functional Rehab Programs

Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs

This month’s Inner Circle webinar was on Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs. I think this may be my best webinar yet, or at least my most important. Rehabilitation is changing. Our focus has shifted away from myopic treatments of single joints and towards integrated movement patterns and regional interdependence. In this presentation, I overview my system […]

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Beighton Scale Laxity Instability

Laxity Does Not Mean Instability

Don’t automatically assume a lot of laxity is a bad thing, in fact many professional athletes possess a high amount of laxity. Remember laxity is normal, does not mean instability, does not mean you have a clinical syndrome, and something you can control with the right program.

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