What Tennis Elbow Exercises Should I Do?

If you have been diagnosed with tennis elbow your main objective is to eliminate any pain and strengthen the muscles of your forearm and wrist allowing flexibility (and pain-free) movement again. The use of exercises improves the blood flow to tendons and this helps in the healing process. Below are some easy exercises for you […]

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Shoulder Clicking When Raising Arm

Vague descriptions, and almost identical symptoms and treatments, medical professionals sometimes have difficulty diagnosing shoulder injuries. Unless the injury is undeniably transparent, like a break or fracture, identifying the condition will take a bit of investigation and elimination. Taking into account patient history, how the injury occurred, and a physical examination may help to narrow [...

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How to Relieve Rotator Cuff Pain at Night

Sleep should be restful, comfortable, and rejuvenating. Yet, many are lacking the necessary amount of sleep for top productivity. Why? Many factors interrupt or hinder a good night’s rest – stress, insomnia, bad habits, and physical issues, such as rotator cuff pain. Yes, that is correct. Rotator cuff injuries can cause sleepless nights, although the […]

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What is Rotator Cuff Tendinosis?

One of the most flexible and mobile joints in the human body, the shoulder has an extensive range of motion. It’s involved in a tremendous variety of actions performed by the arms and hands, such as adduction, abduction, flexion, extension, internal and external rotation, and circumduction. Think reaching for and operating a computer mouse; washing […]

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What is Golfer’s Elbow?

While the name might seem like a giveaway, golfer’s elbow, or medial epicondylitis, is an injury seen in golfers but it is not exclusive to them. It affects both men and women equally and mostly affects people in the 30 to 50 age group. Golfer’s elbow, is similar to tennis elbow in that it is […]

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Why Does my Shoulder Pop?

While we all might experience painless clicking or cracking of the shoulder at sometime in our lives, considered a common phenomenon (the cause of which is not exactly known but it is thought to be caused by sudden pressures in the joints), painful clicking or popping of the shoulder is more likely to be of […]

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