Understanding Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

Your rotator cuff is the group of four muscles that cause your should joint to rotate internally (toward your trunk) and externally (away from your trunk). When the rotator cuff muscles and other muscles associated with them get out of balance, either from under- over- or misuse, they begin to cause pain in your shoulder region. Tendinopathy refers to the tendons that attach rotator cuff muscles to the humerus bone and the suffix “opathy” meaning disease or disorder. Joint pain associated with muscle overuse often manifests in the tendons of the muscles that act on a particular joint. Understanding Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy Blog

Hip FAI: Looking at Hip Pain through a Global Lens Blog

Hip FAI: Looking at Hip Pain through a Global Lens

Hip impingement syndrome, also called FAI (Femoroacetabular Impingement), is a painful condition experienced by young and middle-aged adults that limits range of motion at the hip joint. Hip Joint Anatomy The ball-and-socket structure of the hip joint normally permits a wide range of motion. The acetabulum of the pelvis forms the socket and the head […]

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July 19, 2018

High Hamstring Tendinopathy Blog

High Hamstring Tendinopathy

High (or proximal) hamstring pain is becoming increasingly recognized as a source of chronic posterior hip pain.

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November 27, 2017

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