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Summer Shoulder Injuries: Swimmer’s Shoulder vs Shoulder Labral Tears

While 23% to 38% of competitive swimmers experience some form of shoulder injury every year, you don’t have to be a competitive swimmer to suffer from common shoulder overuse injuries.  In fact, baseball, softball and volleyball players, as well as anyone who performs repetitive movements with their shoulders (think painters, landscapers or movers), are at risk for […]

The 4 Most Common Shoulder Injuries from Skiing & Snowboarding

The number of skiing and snowboarding injuries has fallen approximately 50 percent since the mid-1970s and there are now an estimated two injuries per 1,000 skier visits. While there is no doubt that improvements in technology — in both gear and mountain operations — has helped bring the ski injury statistic down, researchers at Johns […]

What is frozen shoulder, what causes it and how is frozen shoulder treated?

Aptly named, a frozen shoulder feels as if your shoulder is nearly frozen in place, unable to move or perform as it should. Also called adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder is a painful condition that causes inflammation and stiffness that increases over time. If you believe you have a frozen shoulder, it’s important to see an […]

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