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What is Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)?

What is Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)?

Hi, I’m Dr. Roth with Airrosti, and today we’re going to be discussing frozen shoulder. We’ll be discussing the causes of frozen shoulder, the signs and symptoms that may indicate you have this condition, how traditional healthcare manages it, and how Airrosti is a little bit different. Let’s get started. So frozen shoulder is when …

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KT Tape: Neck and Shoulder

KT Tape: Neck and Shoulder

I’m Chris Harper, and with me here is John, and we’re here to demonstrate an application for neck pain. This when you have pain at the base and along the back of the neck. Some potential causes of this may be stress, overuse such as sitting at a desk or computer throughout the day, looking …

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10 min – AMRAP Full Body Workout

10 min – AMRAP Full Body Workout

Hey guys, click right here for a warmup dynamic video. This is going to be great for anyone who is sedentary, sits at a desk all day who wasn’t moved. Anyone who was feeling tight or anyone who just wants to warm their muscles up before a video. Click right here. Hi everyone. My name …

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Why Do We Need Hormones?

Why Do We Need Hormones?

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say the word hormone? Pimples? Mood swings? Cramps? Really inopportune moments where your armpits get sweaty? Are we good? We’re good. Hormones are obviously involved in puberty, but they’re so much more than that. Like hormones are involved in how we deal with stress, and …

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Signs Your Body Is Lacking Vitamin E & The Benefits

Signs Your Body Is Lacking Vitamin E & The Benefits

What if we told you there was a vitamin that plays the role of an antioxidant, preventing free radical damage to specific fats in your body that are crucial for your health and naturally slows aging? It’s true there is! We’re talking about vitamin E, and believe it or not, vitamin E benefits don’t end …

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PSY 150 Neurons vs. Nerves

PSY 150 Neurons vs. Nerves

Hi. This is Pat Johnson your psychology instructor. And in this mini-lecture, we’re going to talk about neurons and nerves and what the differences are between the two. A neuron is a single cell. So you studied probably in middle school. Well a neuron is single cell. It’s the basic building block of the nervous …

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YOUR BRAIN IS A FITNESS TOWER

YOUR BRAIN IS A FITNESS TOWER

Hi Friends, this is Amit, your MMA strength training & conditioning coach. When you come across someone who has a strong and muscular physique, what’s your first reaction? Most people would go “wow,” and commend the person’s physique. Some people have a strange and false perception that perhaps muscular guys aren’t very intelligent. That’s a …

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Chicago Chiropractor | The Inbody 570 Demonstration Accurate Numbers On Body Muscle & Fat

Chicago Chiropractor | The Inbody 570 Demonstration Accurate Numbers On Body Muscle & Fat

– Hey guys, today we’re gonna do an in body scan. So a lot of times people want to know exactly how much muscle, fat and water they have on their body. It’s something we both use, as doctors, to help understand what’s going on nutritionally inside. So, doc here is gonna get on and …

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Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Mobilization: Posterior to Anterior

Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Mobilization: Posterior to Anterior

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute and in this video we’re going to go over a joint based manual therapy technique. If you’re watching this video I’m assuming you’re watching it for educational purposes and that you are a licensed professional with joint based techniques within your scope. That means osteopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists …

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Pediatric Exams: Normal and Abnormal Thyroid

Pediatric Exams: Normal and Abnormal Thyroid

>>I’m Dr. Andrew Bauer, the medical director of the Thyroid Center of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The Children’s Hospital Thyroid Center is one of the busiest Thyroid Centers in the United States and we see the full range of thyroid diseases within pediatrics from newborns up until age 23; to include congenital hypothyroidism, acquired …

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