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Physical Therapy for a Stiff Neck – Ask Doctor Jo

Physical Therapy for a Stiff Neck – Ask Doctor Jo

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo and Mr. Bear, and today we’re gonna show you physical therapy exercises for neck stiffness. so let’s get started. you like my body shaper tank top? the folks at MD sent it to me to wear today, and if you’re interested in purchasing one click on the link up there. […]

Scapula Strengthening InSync Physiotherapy

Scapula Strengthening InSync Physiotherapy

This exercise is to help strengthen the muscles of the shoulder blade. It’s really good for conditions for the rotator cuff in terms of impingement or strain or anything to do with shoulder dysfunctions regarding imbalances or injuries. So in the four point position, you want to start to bring the shoulder blades together without […]

Shoulder Instability Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Shoulder Instability Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. And today I’m gonna show you some exercises for shoulder instability. So let’s get started. With shoulder instability, a lot of times it comes from a shoulder dislocation, and a lot of times after you dislocate it the first time, you’re very likely to dislocate it again. So keeping the […]

Shoulder Impingement Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. Today I’m gonna show you some exercises for Shoulder Impingement. So let’s get started. So a shoulder impingement is basically when the shoulder area gets really inflamed and irritated, and it starts wearing away at the rotator cuff. So it’s something very important to fix as soon as you can. […]

Shoulder Dislocation and Repair

Shoulder Dislocation and Repair

Because the shoulder joint has such a large range of motion, it is less stable than other joints making it more commonly dislocated in sports. Inside the shoulder, the bones are held together similar to a golf ball sitting on a tee. The head of the Humerus is the ball and the cup-like glenoid is […]

InSync Physiotherapy Do you have weak shoulders & core stability strength?

InSync Physiotherapy Do you have weak shoulders & core stability strength?

Begin with a tall neutral spine posture (imagine there’s a string pulling you tall from your pelvis to the top of your head). Then engage your inner core muscles below your belly button. Then Wrap a resistance band around your upper back and position yourself belly down onto the exercise ball. Reach the index finger […]