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Shoulder Rehab 101: Rotator Cuff Rehab Doesn't Mean External Rotation

How common is it? Rotator cuff tear is a common injury (classified as a disease) that many affects almost 1 in 4 of us over 50 years old and 1 in 4 over 20 years old. So it is a very common disease. Despite this many people having tears, only 1 in 3 are symptomatic, this is similar to spinal injuries, in that the majority of people have some form of spinal disk damage but not all of them are painful or symptomatic. The sad part is that only 1/5 people with symptomatic shoulders seek help to get better. If you have pain I would urge you to seek professional help, even if the advice in this blog helps you to resolve your symptoms just to make sure it’s nothing more serious. Are you affected? T

Crusade: Injury Prevention 2019

Injury prevention in 2019 is my biggest goal! If I can help even 1 person to not get injured this year I’ll be over the moon! My theory revolves around 2 main concepts, firstly that you need to be conditioned and prepared to play your sport. Secondly, recovery is a vital part of being prepared to play your sport and this start as soon as your training or playing is finished. Being prepared for your sport starts by knowing the sport and this is from being coached, go to someone who can help you get better. Better technique is the easiest way in the beginning to reduce your risk of injury. It’s the easiest way because you are still enjoying the sport with nothing that will feel like work to yo

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