Posts Tagged ‘Stretching’

Adhesive Capsulitis: How to Thaw a Frozen Shoulder

  Those who have had the misfortune of experiencing adhesive capsulitis–commonly known as “frozen shoulder”–are well-acquainted with the tedious and uncomfortable process of getting it to subside, or “thaw.” Characterized by inflammation in the stabilizing ligaments of the shoulder, capsulitis can lead to a profound decrease in function due to a tightening and/or thickening of […]

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Foam Rolling: How Does It Work?

Foam rolling is a term that you often hear in the rehabilitation, exercise, and sports communities. But do you know what it is, how it works, or how to do it? Foam rolling is a form of self-myofascial release, which is basically a fancy term for self-massage. Foam rolling has many applications for people of […]

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