Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 13 lectures (1h 15m) | Size: 1.33 GB
Shoulder pain is very common among active people. We’re here to answer the most common questions we hear in the clinic
What you’ll learn:
Learn more about the most common causes of shoulder pain
Learn more about the anatomy of the shoulder and what could be going on with your shoulder
Learn more about specific pathologies and what can be done about your pain
Learn about some options to help your shoulder pain
We start with basic anatomy, and explain things in a very beginner friendly way so, just like we would with our patients.
Welcome to our Mini-Course for Shoulder Pain FAQs.
We are excited to share this information with you, and we hope you get a lot out of this information. Dr. Greg has a wealth of knowledge regarding shoulder pain and dysfunction and is uniquely qualified to help people with their biggest concerns, allowing them to live the life they’ve always dreamed of.
Shoulder pain doesn’t have to define you and is fixable. Dr. Greg has helped hundreds of people with their shoulder pain, allowing them to get back to pitching for the home team, lifting heavy weights at the CrossFit gym, picking up their grandkids, and swimming in an IronMan. Whatever pain is limiting you, we have probably seen it.
You may have heard that you need surgery for your shoulder from a physician, but that is not always the case. Most surgeons are fantastic but don’t appreciate the value of strengthening and working on mechanics to avoid surgery. Our goal is always to help people avoid pain medications and surgery.
#1 – Shoulder Anatomy
#2 – Most common causes of shoulder pain
#3 – Shoulder surgery concerns
#4 – Why it hurts when you reach overhead or behind your back
#5 – Rotator Cuff Injuries
#6 – Frozen Shoulder Concerns
#7 – Repetitive Stress and Strain Injuries
#8 – What if there is nothing wrong with my shoulder?
#9 – How to relieve chronic strain and soft tissue pain?
#10 – Why has your shoulder not gotten better over time?
DISCLAIMER: This is not a self-treatment course, this is an FAQ-style course. Expect to learn more about how the shoulder works, and options for treatment going forward.
Who this course is for
Active people with shoulder pain