That statement may not mean a great deal to you but to me it meant a lot. I tore the rotator muscle in my left shoulder and ended up with a shoulder impingement. I had been in pain for about six months and was even booked for surgery so being able to fix the tear with rest and exercise came as a bit of a surprise, albeit a welcome one. If we back up about a year I will start at the beginning. I was moving some flat packed office furniture at home. I had finally been allowed a home office and was keen to get it set up. Being impatient I lifted a heavy package on my own. I was careful how I lifted, paid attention to my back and took the weight using my leg muscles.
GE Healthcare Installs Russia's First GE High-definition CT Scanner At Moscow's Center Of Medical Rehabilitation
GE Healthcare, a unit of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), announced the installation of Russia's first high-definition computed tomography (CT) scanner, GE Healthcare's flagship Discovery CT750HD, at the Center of Medical Rehabilitation by the Russian Ministry of Health in Moscow led by Professor Konstantin V. Lyadov. The Centre of Medical Rehabilitation is the first hospital in Russia to join leading hospitals around the globe in installing this powerful groundbreaking high-definition CT technology. The scanner sets a new standard for CT clarity, allowing clinicians to diagnose quickly and confidently using significantly less x-ray radiation than previous CT scanners.
An article in this week's Surgery Special Issue of The Lancet reports that surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome in patients (without an indication of severe nerve damage known as denervation) provides better outcomes than non-surgical treatment. However, the clinical relevance of this difference is modest. The article is the work of Professor Jeffrey Jarvik, of the Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, and colleagues. The authors included 116 patients from eight centres in this randomised controlled trial. 57 patients were assigned to carpal tunnel surgery and 59 patients were assigned to a precise non-surgical treatment including hand therapy and ultrasound.
So you dislocated your shoulder eh? Its not fun. Been there, done that. Its an experience you only need to experience once... am I right? Luckily, I was privileged and got to enjoy dislocating my shoulder 4 times. Fun, I know. Chances are you stumbled across this article while looking for dislocated shoulder therapy exercises you can do to get your shoulder back in shape. Well, you've come to the right place. I have for you, 1 of the 3 essential exercises that a chiropractor gave me. But before I get into this exercise, I feel it is important that you know these exercises aren't just known by chiropractors, in fact, if you take the time to look around you will find that these three exercises are widely practiced and preached by therapists and osteopathic doctors alike.
Preterm infants who receive leg movement training display feet-reaching behaviors similar to that of full-term infants, according to a randomized controlled trial reported in the October issue of Physical Therapy (PTJ), the scientific journal of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). This finding supports feet-reaching play as an early intervention strategy to encourage interaction with physical objects in preterm infants who have movement problems within the first months of postnatal life. Previous studies have shown that full-term infants make contact with toys using their feet before reaching with their hands. Studies also have shown that movement training advances feet reaching in full-term infants.
About a year ago. I tore my left rotator cuff lifting some flat pack office furniture. If I am honest, it was too heavy for me but I was in a hurry so tried lifting it on my own. I was careful of my back, bent my knees, took the strain with my thigh muscles and all was going well until I felt a pop followed by a sharp pain in my shoulder. I put the desk down, gave my shoulder a rub and waited for my friend before continuing. The next day I woke up with a sore shoulder which had started to stiffen up. Over the next few days it got more painful, raising my arm to the front or side hurt, my shoulder gradually deteriorated until it was hurting all the time and the pain was spreading down my arm.