Tag: Pain

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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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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Peripheral Nervous System: Crash Course A&P #12

Peripheral Nervous System: Crash Course A&P #12

When it comes to the nervous system, or just your body in general, let’s face it: your brain gets all the props. And it deserves those props! It’s a complicated, and crucial, and sometimes crazy boss of an organ. But your brain would be pretty useless without a support team that kept it connected to …

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Lower Back Palpation

Lower Back Palpation

And you do it all the way like this and if they have a fiber for example a will jump because it will be very often and or more or less standard procedure is to check the QL because quadratus lumborum is so important to keep the lower back spine in position and keep it …

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KT Tape: Shoulder Stability

KT Tape: Shoulder Stability

Hi, I’m Chris Harper and with me is John and we’re here to demonstrate an application for shoulder stability. There are many instances where you may have forward or unstable shoulders causing discomfort. Some causes may include overuse, past shoulder injuries, ligament laxity, or flexor dominance. KT tape helps treat this condition by improving posture …

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PAIN Assessment: Let me finish this tweet… it’s a 10. | Nurse Stefan

PAIN Assessment: Let me finish this tweet… it’s a 10. | Nurse Stefan

Whether someone is screaming bloody murder, or Snapchatting with their bestie. Assessing pain may seem like a no brainer. But one must look deeper into the situation like the great philosopher SOCRATES and find out WHAT, is the root of all this pain. “S” stands for SITE — at what SITE on your body is …

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