Posts Tagged ‘Orthopedic evaluation’

Episode 016 – Rotator Cuff Impingement vs Rotator Cuff Tears

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In this episode of Rotator Cuff Impingement vs Rotator Cuff Tears you will acquire some insight from experience on how to differentiate between cuff tears and impingement. I’ll talk about common signs and symptoms for each although there is some carry-over between the two. Below are a couple “Cheat Sheets” to help you in the…

Episode 015 – “Rotator Cuff Basics” Anatomy, Innervation and Function!

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In today’s episode, Episode 015 – “Rotator Cuff Basics” Anatomy, Innervation and Function! I talk about the most important aspects of the rotator cuff musculature, it’s innervation and function. I always tell people who see Orthopedic patients that the key to proper treatment is a thorough a good evaluation and the key to a good…

Episode 014 – Frozen Shoulder (Part 2) – “Stages and How to treat it!”

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In this episode of Frozen Shoulder (Part 2) – “Stages and How to Treat it!” I talk about time frames and common presentations during these time frames. I discuss from experience what has worked and hasn’t worked regarding the treatment of frozen shoulders. I mention everything from non-surgical to surgical interventions and when each are…

Episode 012 – Shoulder Anatomy-Can it be done on a Podcast?

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Hello and welcome to Episode 012 – Shoulder Anatomy-Can it be done on a Podcast? In this episode I will focus on key components of the shoulder, discuss “troublesome” anatomy and just give a basic review. There will be more podcasts coming that will focus on individual diagnoses. I hope you enjoy the podcast and…

Episode 009 – Knee Arthritis

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In this episode, I will chat about Knee Arthritis. I will review common signs and symptoms and talk about how to manage them. Not all knee arthritis patients need to have a knee replacement. I’ll talk about my take on knee arthritis. Please feel free to add what works for you. These patients can be…