Fix my shoulder : a guide to preventing and healing from injury and strain / George Demirakos.

By: Demirakos, George
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2014]Description: xvii, 165 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781442233379; 1442233370; 9781442275850; 1442275855Subject(s): Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries -- Prevention -- Popular works | Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries -- Treatment -- Popular works | Shoulder -- Anatomy -- Popular works | Shoulder -- injuries | Shoulder -- Anatomy | Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries -- Prevention | Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries -- TreatmentGenre/Form: Popular Works. | Popular works.DDC classification: 617.5/72044 LOC classification: RD557.5 | .D44 2014
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The Nuts and Bolts of the Shoulder -- ch. 2 Of Rotator Cuffs, Injuries, and Words Ending in -- itis -- ch. 3 The Pain -- ch. 4 The Fix -- ch. 5 Fix Your Posture, Too -- ch. 6 For Workout Warriors, Moves to Avoid -- Or at Least Modify -- ch. 7 Your Super Shoulder.
Introduction -- The nuts and bolts of the shoulder -- Of rotator cuffs, injuries, and words ending in -itis -- The pain -- The fix -- Fix your posture, too -- For workout warriors, moves to avoid-- or at least modify -- Your super shoulder.
Summary: The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, and not surprisingly, we use it the most. Lifting, pushing, pulling, throwing, catching, hugging-- more motion than any other joint. If you keep applying the same pressure over and over, the strength and stability of the structure being pressured will wear down. And when it does, it limits your ability to do even simple things you're used to doing. Demirakos explores the anatomy and function of the shoulder, methods of preventing pain and injury, and treatments for healing that anyone can implement for better shoulder health and function.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-157) and index.

Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The Nuts and Bolts of the Shoulder -- ch. 2 Of Rotator Cuffs, Injuries, and Words Ending in -- itis -- ch. 3 The Pain -- ch. 4 The Fix -- ch. 5 Fix Your Posture, Too -- ch. 6 For Workout Warriors, Moves to Avoid -- Or at Least Modify -- ch. 7 Your Super Shoulder.

Introduction -- The nuts and bolts of the shoulder -- Of rotator cuffs, injuries, and words ending in -itis -- The pain -- The fix -- Fix your posture, too -- For workout warriors, moves to avoid-- or at least modify -- Your super shoulder.

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, and not surprisingly, we use it the most. Lifting, pushing, pulling, throwing, catching, hugging-- more motion than any other joint. If you keep applying the same pressure over and over, the strength and stability of the structure being pressured will wear down. And when it does, it limits your ability to do even simple things you're used to doing. Demirakos explores the anatomy and function of the shoulder, methods of preventing pain and injury, and treatments for healing that anyone can implement for better shoulder health and function.

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