Shoulder Impingement

By Drew Freedman / July 10, 2012

The glenohumeral joint is a highly complex articulation. It has the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body. However, its increased motion occurs at the expense of stability, requiring the soft tissues to play a more critical role in maintaining joint integrity. As a result of increased mechanical demands, numerous soft-tissue injuries…

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How Accurate Is That Test?

By Drew Freedman / January 20, 2012

Physical assessment is considered one of the most accurate ways to assess function of the locomotor tissues of the body. While we can often gain valuable information about structural problems through high-tech diagnostic procedures like X-ray or MRI, these procedures tell us very little about the function of the tissues involved in creating and limiting…

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