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Trigger Point Therapy - Treating the Triceps for Biceps Tendinitis

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  Simeon Asher - Treating Triceps Trigger Points   Treating Trigger Points - Shoulder   When treating a Biceps Tendinopathy, we always start by looking at the triceps Pathology of the Long Head Biceps (LHB) is implicated in a range of shoulder problems from frozen shoulder syndrome to rotator cuff tendinopathy. It is almost always present in frozen shoulder syndrome to some extent. Biceps Anatomy Biceps means literally two-heads. The short head provides about 85% of the power and the long head about 15%. Damage can occur from trauma or falls on outstretched hands, and it is commonly tweaked by...

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Sports Injuries - Biceps Brachii Tendon Rupture

Posted by Julian Knight on

Biceps Brachii - Ruptures typically result from sudden trauma to the biceps brachii tendon   Biceps brachii tendon ruptures can occur from weight lifting or throwing sports but are generally uncommon, particularly in young athletes Repetitive strain, particularly due to over-lifting, can lead to irritation and microscopic tears in the biceps brachii tendon, which connects the biceps brachii muscle to the scapula at the proximal end, and the radius and fascia of the forearm at the distal end. A biceps brachii tendon rupture typically results from sudden trauma to the biceps brachii tendon. Injury at the proximal end of the...

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NAT Trigger Point Workshop - Treating The Complex Shoulder

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    Treating trigger points in the shoulders of asymptomatic athletes can increase shoulder efficiency (performance) and help prevent injury This NAT trigger point workshop was held for the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRAT), the governing body for graduate level sports rehabilitation and training in the UK.   This video is intended to be used for information purposes only and is not intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment or to substitute for a medical diagnosis and/or treatment rendered or prescribed by a physician or competent healthcare professional. This information is designed as educational material, but should not...

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