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Shouldering The Pain

Shouldering The Pain You’re teeing off on the golf course, hoping to get that birdie, and you feel a stabbing pain in your shoulder that prevents you from swinging at all. Maybe you’re an avid tennis player trying to serve an ace but your shoulder pain is preventing you from winning.  Whether you’re a recreational athlete, weekend warrior or professional athlete, the idea of sustaining a game-ending rotator cuff injury is devastating. That doesn’t have to be the case. Once you understand the mechanics of...

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Graston Technique Aids In Pain Relief

Graston Technique Aids In Pain Relief A 57-year-old man notices he isn’t getting the distance he used to with his golf swing because his low back is stiff. A 44-year-old runner has to cut her run short because of a pulled muscle that doesn’t seem to heal. An avid, recreational league tennis player has to finish her match serving underhand because her shoulder hurts when she serves above her head. What do all these injuries have in common? Scar tissue. When a person is injured, the body lays down fibrous scar tissue in order to...

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