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Tennis, Shoulder

Common Shoulder Injuries and How to Get Relief

Posted on June 25, 2019 by Thomas Parker, MD

Thanks for telling us about your shoulder pain.  Stay tuned... you'll be getting more information via email on solutions to help your pain.  In the meantime, we thought you might find this blog article interesting... We are always careful not to give medical advice. Please seek a medical evaluation for prolonged or severe pain. [...]

Shoulder

5 Stretches to Help Shoulder Alignment

Posted on November 25, 2018 by Thomas Parker, MD

In a society that requires office workers to spend long hours in front of a computer, poor posture and shoulder alignment are becoming more and more common. Unfortunately, many of us who sit in front of the computer aren’t easily able to pay attention to our posture while focusing on our work. [...]

Shoulder

Sitting All Day Can Equate to Shoulder Pain

Posted on October 24, 2018 by Thomas Parker, MD

Many back pain sufferers struggle with what's causing their pain, not realizing that extensive sitting each day could be the main culprit. In fact, according to a 2012 study from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, as many as 70% of people spend six or more hours sitting down each day. It’s likely that the excessive sedentary lifestyles that we lead, coupled with poor posture, is culminating in unnecessary pain and discomfort. [...]

Tennis, Shoulder

Lisa Dodson Reviews Shoulder Helix Compression Sleeve

Posted on June 05, 2018 by Body Helix

In the short video above, Lisa Dodson, developer and owner of ServeMaster, reviews the Body Helix Shoulder compression sleeve.   Dodson, who is no stranger to shoulder injuries, is a USPTA Elite Professional and a former WTA world-ranked player.  She also is a national speaker, serve specialist and has accumulated over 40 years of experience in the tennis industry.  Lisa is currently the Director of Tennis at Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, NY.  [...]

Wrist, Shoulder, Elbow

Golf Series: Part One - Elbow, Wrist, and Shoulder Injuries

Posted on February 22, 2018 by Thomas Parker, MD

Golf is an “explosive sport”, a term used to describe the rapid development of force or power.  The golf stroke includes the rapid acceleration of the club head toward the ball, a complex process that includes use of the lower extremities, hips, trunk, shoulders, elbow and wrist. If you participate in an explosive activity, you are at risk incur injuries, as tissues are stretched beyond their elastic limits.  Golf can also be seen as an endurance sport when one considers the repetition golfers perform as they work to perfect their strokes.  In turn, this repetition causes overuse injuries.  In this two-part blog series, we will identify common golf injuries, treatments, and prevention methods that will help keep you pain free on the course.  [...]

Tennis, Shoulder

Common Shoulder Injuries and How to Get Relief

Posted on November 01, 2017 by Thomas Parker, MD

We are always careful not to give medical advice. Please seek a medical evaluation for prolonged or severe pain. [...]

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