Posts Tagged "shoulder pain"

Rotator Cuff Exercises for The Office

Rotator Cuff Exercises for The Office

Doing my rotator cuff exercises like the cat from Chinese food restaurants.   Today I had a 1-1 technical boxing session.  I stopped boxing on a very consistent basis about three years ago when the light bulb went off with left should pain and I thought, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t hit things everyday for fitness if I make my living with my arms.’    I’ve done it all somewhat extensively:  American-style boxing, Muay Thai, kick boxing.  Everything a Jewish girl needs to know.  Strictly for fun and fitness of course. 10 years ago I developed mild left rotator cuff impingement from surfing 24-7 (think: overhead paddling) and not cross training enough to...

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Are You Suffering From Trigger Point Pain?

Are You Suffering From Trigger Point Pain?

When it comes to treating joint and muscle pain, not all therapies work for all people and for all conditions and at all times. You ARE a special snowflake! Want to save time, money and the pain of unhelpful treatments?  Getting an accurate diagnosis as to what’s causing your pain will take you a long way 🙂 So let’s specifically chat about trigger points. What makes this muscle pain different from all other muscle pains? A trigger point is an area of hypertonic or tense muscle tissue. Usually the cause of these areas of tension is due to overuse or hyperactive musculature.  Think improper posture, trauma, or repetitive use. Here’s the zinger...

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Pop Up Foundation Training Class Tonight!

Pop Up Foundation Training Class Tonight!

Relief begins immediately!  No equipment needed. If you’ve ever been a patient at Miami Sports Chiropractic & Yoga Center you were introduced to an easy series of movements to stay out of back pain forever. Join me tonight! Dr. Eric Goodman, founder of Foundation Training and Dr. Pat Helma will be hosting a session tonight, Tuesday September 6th, near the office. Location: 2670 S. Flamingo Rd. Davie, FL 33330 7:30 pm Tuesday — $20/person — No experience necessary  

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