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Exploring the Rotator Cuff

Where is it? The is located in the shoulder or glenohumeral joint. The glenoid is the surface of the shoulder blade which meets the upper arm bone (humerus) to form the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff muscles cover the surfaces of the shoulder blade (scapula) and then become tendonous as they insert (attach) onto the humerus. ...

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Could YOU Benefit from Dry Needling?

If you have pain, have increased your training intensity, or have tender knots in your muscles the answer is YES! The use of dry needling is based on concepts of muscle referral dating back over 500 years. When muscles are over worked or sustain injury they develop trigger points.  are tight bands in the muscle that may cause pain. This pain cou...

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