Julie K. DeMartini, MA, ATC/LAT and Douglas Casa, PhD, ATC, FNATA Korey Stringer Institute Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Kinesiology University of Connecticut The Korey Stringer Institute (KSI) at the University of Connecticut (www.ksi.uconn.edu) is...
As promised here is Part II of Evaluating the Scapula. Enjoy!! W. Ben Kibler, MD Aaron Sciascia, MS, ATC, NASM-PES Shoulder Center of Kentucky Posture and Flexibility Coracoid based inflexibility can be assessed by palpation of the pectoralis minor and the short head...
This month’s installment of Clinical Pearls comes from Dr. Ben Kibler and Aaron Sciascia from the Shoulder Center of Kentucky. Together they are on the forefront of scapular function and evaluation. Due to the in depth detail of the evaluation process of the scapula,...
Clinical Pearls is the newest SMR feature. Since much of current clinical practice is still based on anecdotal evidence, it is imperative for clinicians to incorporate both research and clinical experience when working with patients. Clinicians with decades of...
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