Tag Archives: Hip Mobility

Biceps Tendinitis a Neurological Case study approach – 195

Here is the scenario:

  • 17 year old female volleyball player
  • plays club and school alternating seasons
  • no other sports
  • Pain in anterior shoulder
  • go through normal muscle eval
  • pain on Speed’s test
  • pain with Yergason’s

Start with heat and ROM exercises
Progress to body weight exercises
Then to t-band exercises

Pain free return to play in about 4 weeks

There are lots of other treatment types we did not do, and likely some evaluations we forgot.  One way to improve is to look back, but here we do it with the help of some of my friends and injury experts.

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Show Notes 195

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  • Tri-Planar performance above T8 requires stability and control of sagittal and frontal plane movements at the pelvis/hip (below T8)
  • Scapular position is directly related to orientation of Rib-cage over pelvis
  • Finding reference centers for landing mechanics
  • Fatigue
  • Lack of Upper thoracic movement variability (need Subscap/Serratus/Low Trap)
  • TRICEP facilitation
  • In the air, you shoulders become your hips, you need controlled mobility
  • Thoracic mobility is essential for overhead motion
  • Pec inhibition
  • Is it really bicep tendonitis?
    • Differential Diagnoses:
      • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
      • Rotator Cuff/Supraspinatus
      • Deltoid
      • Trigger/Tender point referral pattern from infraspinatus/anterior deltoid
      • Scap Dyskinesis w/compensatory HG IR = “impingement”?
      • etc.
    • Concurrent findings:
      • Overall Hx
      • Overall tension (e.g. chronic upper trap contraction)
      • Breathing patterns esp. c/restriction upper R chest?
        • Neck breather w/rib cage elevation?
      • Overall posture
        • Slumped shoulders?  Kyphotic?  Lordotic? etc.
        • Forward head/posterior rotated head posture?
        • Shoulder height variance?
      • Spinal rotation/curvature
      • Rib cage/thoracic positioning & mobility
      • Pelvic stability?
      • FA IR/ER & Flex limitations?
    • Imaging – Musculoskeletal US or Arthrogram?
    • Injections?  Relief or no?
  • Treatment (I use PRI techniques mixed with a lot of traditional techniques, but use whatever you have in your toolbox)
    • Frontal Plane control thru pelvis and Transverse plane control thru thorax
    • Rib cage mechanics
      • Breathing pattern retraining (or manual techniques) as needed to restore IR/ER & remove restrictions
    • Restore thoracic rotation
    • Improve Scap Positioning
      • Inhibit Pecs, lats, upper traps, etc. as needed
        • Pec minor involvement?
      • Low Trap & Tricep First
      • Serratus Anterior
        • Make sure scap is moving on thorax due to SA activation, NOT Pec activation
          • SA moves scap on thorax
          • Pec reinforces anterolateral tilt
      • Subscapularis
      • Contralateral side
        • Low Trap/Tricep
        • SA
        • Subscap
        • No injury is unilateral.  Rehabilitate bilaterally.
          • Compensatory thoracic rotation, pelvic obliquity, etc. needs to be addressed.
  • RTP considerations
    • Hitting program
      • Pay attention to core engagement with hitting
      • Flying open into extension reduces scap control
    • Jumping program
      • Poor jump mechanics places the arm in a poor hitting position before the arm motion even starts
      • Poor landing mechanics increase injury risk as well as neurological apprehension = decreased power output and increased stress on LHBT, Cuff, etc.

 

Hip Mobility Interview with Dr. Hariri – 156

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.
We plan to release the lecture and then the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).
All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.
Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:

Username:  sportsmedupdate2015@gmail.com

Password:  sportsmed

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley   @UofHMAT   @DYoung_ATC   FrioHydration.com  @DozalJazmin Bill Hale, Ryan Collins and several others for the contributions.

Also be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com

 

Hip Mobility Lecture – Dr. Hariri – 155

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.

I will release the lecture and then the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).
All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.
Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:

Username:  sportsmedupdate2015@gmail.com
Password:  sportsmed

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley   @UofHMAT   @DYoung_ATC   FrioHydration.com  @DozalJazmin Bill Hale, Ryan Collins and several others for the contributions.

Also be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com