Tag: physical therapy

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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Shoulder Tendonitis Exercises for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

Shoulder Tendonitis Exercises for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you some exercises for shoulder tendonitis. If you’re looking for some stretches, make sure and click on the link up here. Since shoulder tendonitis is a very general term, we’re going to do some general exercises so let’s get started. So the first stretch …

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Neer’s Test for Shoulder Impingement – Ask Doctor Jo

Neer’s Test for Shoulder Impingement – Ask Doctor Jo

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo and Brian. he’s gonna be my model today to show you the special test which is the Neer’s test to test for a positive shoulder impingement. so let’s get started. so with the Neer’s test – is there a Far’s test? maybe. we’re testing for shoulder impingement. But again like …

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Shoulder Instability Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Shoulder Instability Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. And today I’m gonna show you some exercises for shoulder instability. So let’s get started. With shoulder instability, a lot of times it comes from a shoulder dislocation, and a lot of times after you dislocate it the first time, you’re very likely to dislocate it again. So keeping the …

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Shoulder Impingement Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Shoulder Impingement Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. Today I’m gonna show you some exercises for Shoulder Impingement. So let’s get started. So a shoulder impingement is basically when the shoulder area gets really inflamed and irritated, and it starts wearing away at the rotator cuff. So it’s something very important to fix as soon as you can. …

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Simple Self Treatment for Neck Popping, Grinding, & Cracking. When Should You Worry?

Simple Self Treatment for Neck Popping, Grinding, & Cracking. When Should You Worry?

Bob and Brad the two most famous physical therapists on the internet Hi folks I’m Bob Schrupp physical therapist Brad Heineck physical therapist Together we are the most famous physical therapists on the internet in our opinion of course Bob. Today we’re going to go over the simple self treatment for neck popping cracking and …

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