Foundations of “Non-Traumatic” Shoulder Rehab

As many of the best clinicians (PTs, MDs, etc.) and current research suggest, shoulder pain that happens without acute trauma (i.e., more likely due to “overuse”) very often responds well to conservative, non-surgical treatments like physical therapy.  There have been different names given to this type of shoulder pain and some are based on theories…

Pain in the BUTT!: Part 2- Treatment Strategies for Posterior Thigh & Buttock Pain

In this post I want to discuss 3 Keys to treatment for posterior thigh and buttock pain. If you are interested in differential diagnosis and screening for posterior thigh and buttock pain, please check out: Part 1- Differential Diagnosis of Posterior Thigh and Buttock Pain Three Treatment Keys:  Correct Differential Diagnosis Activity Modifications & Reducing Symptom…