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Did you know that we have a meniscus in the wrist, just we do in the knee?
There is a structure in the wrist called the triangular fibrocartilage complex, or TFCC for short. It contains ligaments that keep bones together, and a fibrocartilaginous disc that allows the 8 carpal bones of the wrist, specifically the triquetrum, to glide over the ulna bone, on the pinky side of your arm.
Sometimes, this structure can become injured, either through a fall on an outstretched hand, sudden rotation under resistance, such as using a drill that suddenly locks, or repetitive stress injuries. A gym workout that includes pushups, pullups, biceps curls, and gripping can all cause and aggravate a TFCC injury.
If you experience pain especially when your wrist is bent backwards into extensioni or loss of grip strength, you may have a TFCC injury.
So now what do you do? Many of these types of injuries can improve with rest and physiotherapy. Occasionally, the TFCC ligaments sustain a tear that can be repaired with arthroscopic surgery, but rehabilitation is still needed afterwards.
If you have wrist pain, let your Chiropractic physician know. Getting adjusted and a rehabilitative program is crucial for healing a TFCC injury.
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➡️치킨 할아버지로 알려져있는 샌더스는 66살 은퇴이후에 시작된 삶에서 KFC가 만들어졌다는 것은 많은 사람들이 잘 모르는 이야기입니다.
은퇴전 운영하던 식당이 적자로 인하여 파산하여,
그의 닭요리 레시피를 판매하기 위해 전국을 돌아다니지만 1008회나 문전박대를 당하며, 1009회째에 후원자를 만나 식당운영이 가능해집니다.
그는 늦은 나이인 66세에도, 후라이드 치킨으로
성공하리라는 꿈을 가졌었습니다. 그는 당시 꽤 장수를 하였는데, 90살의 나이에 폐렴으로 사망하였습니다.
흥미로운 점은 그가 살아생전 카이로프랙틱을 꾸준히 받았다는 것인데, 78살이 되던해에 아래와 같이 이야기를 하였습니다.
“저는 올해로 78세가 되며, 53년동안 (23~78사이동안) 병원에서 치료를 받을 일이 없었는데, 장수의 비밀은 바로 주1~2회정도 카이로프랙틱을 받았다고 이야기 했습니다.
정교한 카이로프랙틱 교정을 통해 우리 신체의 신경 흐름을 원활하게 하며, 구조적인 것과 기능적인 부분에 있어서 모든 것이 원활하게 작용하도록 돕습니다.
그리고 늘 에너지가 넘쳤으며, 매일 4:30에 일어나, 10시 혹은 11시에 취침을 하는 강행군의 연속에도 불구하고, 젊은 사람처럼 일을 할 수 있었다고 합니다.
이렇게 가능할 수 있었다는데 카이로프랙틱 덕분이라고 하는데, 물론, 카이로프랙틱만 받아서 장수하고, 노년기에도 젊은 사람처럼 살아가는 것이 모든 사람에게 일어나지는 않을 것입니다.
그러나, 내 몸의 신경 기능이 활성화될 수 있다면,
이런 마법 같은 일들이 누구에게나 일어 날 수 있습니다.
노년기에도 샌더스와 같이 놀라운 꿈을 꾸고 실현을 시킬 수 있는 것은 건강이 있었기에 가능하지 않았을까요?
여러분은 현재 어떠한 꿈을 가지고 있고, 또 어떻게 살아가고 있습니까?
만약 신체의 불편함으로 인해 방해를 받는다면, 알앤알과 함께 해결해보는 것을 권해드립니다.
제2의 KFC 샌더스가 한국에서도 나오길 바라며,
통증과 신경! 카이로프랙틱으로 도움을 받아보세요! .
Specific or nothing!
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Subacromial decompression surgery. A very common surgery for an unfortunately common diagnosis by providers worldwide. The theory that is behind this diagnosis of subacromial impingement syndrome is that some of the tendons within the shoulder are being pinched or squished between the head of the shoulder bone (humerus) and the bottom of the collar bone (acromion). This leads to a surgery that cuts the bottom of the collar bone out in hopes of “clearing more room” for the shoulder tendons to move so that this pinching or squishing no longer happens. Sounds good right?⠀
The problem here is is that this 2017 randomized controlled trial took 2 different surgeries and no surgery at all and compared them all together. The first surgery was the one in question, the subacromial decompression. The second surgery was a placebo or a fake surgery called an arthroscopy which simply cut a small hole in the back of the shoulder to “clean it out.” And the third group got nothing. ⠀
After measuring patient reported outcomes, they found that there was no difference between the supposed actual surgery which is supposed to help by making more room within the shoulder, and the placebo/fake surgery. And how did the group that got nothing compare? “Surgical groups has better outcomes for shoulder pain and function compared with no treatment but this difference was not clinically important.” We can assume that getting something will likely be have better outcomes that getting nothing at all. See placebo effect.⠀
Yes there is very little risk in getting a shoulder surgery, but there is still much more risk than not getting a surgery at all! And the authors even go on to state that the postoperative physical therapy could explain why the patients got better than no treatment at all. Maybe it was the fact that they were likely given resistance and progressive overload exercises for their should rehab compared to nothing at all. ⠀
The take away is that there are less-than-structural explanations for subacromial shoulder pain and there are safer and more cost effective options that surgery. Why run the risk of surgical side effects when you could do literally nothing and get be
Here's an easy #tiptuesday
meal prep recipe for you- Cauliflower Fried Rice!
I make this in a big batch and eat it throughout the week, it is delicious, healthy, customizable and EASY! There are no excuses!
Put your cauliflower in the food processor and give it a go until it gets choppy. On a pan, use some spray oil and then throw in onion,garlic, carrots, peas, (whatever you have on hand) and a little dash of sesame oil. Let that all cook until soft and then add in the cauliflower and cooked chicken, let that all mesh. Make a hole in the center of the pan and add in an egg and a few egg whites, and mix that all together. I usually throw in some kale and cherry tomatoes for extra nutrition too! Salt pepper and finally the holy grail- liquid aminos! A great soy sauce alternative, you can get it at pretty much any grocery store, very macro friendly! Top yours with some lime juice and your good to go! Let us know if you try it!
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A Month of Myths Day 17 with @dr.joe.dpt
: You Can Speed Up Natural Recovery.
How do we define recovery? Most people will say that they are attempting to decrease delated onset muscle soreness and keep their ability to produce force or "perform" after either a novel workout or an intense workout.
First things first: its not lactic acid build up. Lactic acid has been the blame for muscle soreness for quite some time and the fact is that it just doesn't have the role in muscle soreness and recovery that it is though to. So the theories that revolve around flushing lactic acid out of the cells or increasing blood flow to try and move lactic acid out are false before they even begin.
Some of the more popular methods of passive recovery include things like massage, foam rolling, cold water immersion, stretching and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Since we are no longer trying to bring blood flow to an area to flush out lactic acid, massage just doesn't seem to make sense not only in theory but also in peer reviewed evidence. Same can be said about foam rolling and stretching. While these things may feel good on sore muscles, thats about it. Hyperbaric oxygen chambers not only take a significant amount of time for any sort of physiologic changes to happen, but there is also a risk of explosion. So don't blow yourself up for gainz.
So what does work? Well there is some evidence for cold water immersion therapy that helps with perception of pain related to DOMS, but there is not improvement in strength output with cold water immersion. And you certainly dont want to build in a habit for yourself that will necessitate cold water immersion every time you train. Things that work the best seem to be time, intelligent programming and adequate levels of sleep. Pretty cut and dry.
Barnett et al. Using Recovery Modalities Between Training Sessions in Elite Athletes. 2006.
Poppendieck et al. Massage and Performance Recovery: A Meta Analytical Review. 2016.
Leeder et al. Cold Water Immersion and Recovery From Strenuous Exercise: a meta analysis. 2011.
Stay Tuned for more Myth Busting, Knowledge Bombs, and tips to improve you as an athlete and a clinician
Shoulder Mobility Work👇🏽
Do you have tight shoulders? Try performing @joetherapy
’s shoulder mobility exercise to help increase your shoulder mobility!
Focus on slow, controlled breathing throughout the entire movement.
One of simple ways of getting shoulder stabilizers to work from the back is to master smaller movements of retraction like these.
Getting better control with the shoulders means decreasing likelihood to get injured.
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for more specific help!
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Reposting from @the_movement_dr
A Month of Myths Day 17: You Can Speed Up Natural Recovery with @dr.joe.dpt
How do we define recovery? Most people will say that they are attempting to decrease delated onset muscle soreness and keep their ability to produce force or "perform" after either a novel workout or an intense workout. ⠀
First things first: its not lactic acid build up. Lactic acid has been the blame for muscle soreness for quite some time and the fact is that it just doesn't have the role in muscle soreness and recovery that it is thought to. So the theories that revolve around flushing lactic acid out of the cells or increasing blood flow to try and move lactic acid out are false before they even begin. ⠀
Some of the more popular methods of passive recovery include things like massage, foam rolling, cold water immersion, stretching and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Since we are no longer trying to bring blood flow to an area to flush out lactic acid, massage just doesn't seem to make sense not only in theory but also in peer reviewed evidence. Same can be said about foam rolling and stretching. While these things may feel good on sore muscles, thats about it. Hyperbaric oxygen chambers not only take a significant amount of time for any sort of physiologic changes to happen, but there is also a risk of explosion. So don't blow yourself up for gainz. ⠀
So what does work? Well there is some evidence for cold water immersion therapy that helps with perception of pain related to DOMS, but there is not improvement in strength output with cold water immersion. And you certainly dont want to build in a habit for yourself that will necessitate cold water immersion every time you train. Things that work the best seem to be time, intelligent programming and adequate levels of sleep. Pretty cut and dry. ⠀
Barnett et al. Using Recovery Modalities Between Training Sessions in Elite Athletes. 2006⠀
Poppendieck et al. Massage and Performance Recovery: A Meta Analytical Review. 2016⠀
Leeder et al. Cold Water Immersion and Recovery From Strenuous Exercise: a meta analysis. 2011
Swipe and watch the first video 👉🏽 closely. Patient takes two natural breaths—> both expand the belly, arch the low back, and anteriorly tilt the pelvis. There’s no visible expansion within the rib cage.
She puts small, repetitive movement into lumbar hyperextension all day long with each breath, and her thoracic spine is left with little to no movement.
We take 12-25 unlabored breaths a minute, multiple that by 24 hours in a day and were looking at a pretty good compound effect of how frequently the lumbar spine is “mobilized” into extension throughout the day from breathing alone.
Then add sitting to the equation. Desk job with little to no activity throughout the day. Now we have movement AND compressive forces acting on the lumbar spine if breathing mechanics remain the same.
Sitting increases compressive forces on the lumbar discs by 59% alone as it is.
Swipe 👉🏽 again to see her backbend. We should see a fluid, elongated “C” shape, but instead we see a “hinge” point through the low back and stiffness/no movement in the thoracic spine. We should see thoracic extension, the middle of that elongated “C” curve, here.
Now let’s have her squat. (Again, 👉🏽) We see a stiff thoracic spine, inability to keep her torso tall/excessive forward lean, a break in lumbar stabilization with increased arching of the low back, and a pelvic tuck or “butt wink” in the hole. You see her point to her low back as a place of discomfort afterwards.
Underlying her low back pain and faulty movement patterns? A faulty breathing mechanic.
Active inhalation and exhalation is driven in part by specific muscle function. Proper breathing mechanics are a vital part of low back or lumbar stabilization, thoracic spine mobilization, and cervical spine stabilization.
We must be able to breathe efficiently to move well and stabilize. Make sure you have a strong foundation. #MovementMechanics #BodybuildingDoc #SymmetrySpecialist #docswholift #doctorswholift #nyctraining #nycbodybuilding #nycfitness #movement #rehab #rehabilitation #nycdoc
Sistemas sensoriales... 👂🏻👀🧠@Regran_ed
. - ✍La tendencia natural de los humanos es mantener la cabeza erguida y los ojos nivelados.
📌A medida que el equilibrio y la postura se modifican o alteran, los sistemas sensoriales y de movimiento funcionan para enderezarnos. 📌Uno de los objetivos de los sistemas motores sensoriales es la rectitud entre las fuerzas de la gravedad y nuestro entorno circundante.
📌Tres sistemas sensoriales proporcionan información sobre la rectitud, los cambios y la falta de este.
📌Ellos son el sistema vestibular, propioceptivo y visual.
👉 El sistema vestibular proporciona información sobre la posición de la cabeza en relación con la gravedad y los movimientos de la cabeza.
👉 Los propioceptores, especialmente los asociados con las articulaciones y los músculos de la columna vertebral y el núcleo, proporcionan información sobre el movimiento de los segmentos del cuerpo en y alrededor de los demás.
👉 El sistema visual proporciona información sobre las posturas y posiciones del cuerpo en relación con el entorno circundante.
📌Los sistemas están íntimamente conectados e involucrados en la producción de posturas funcionales.
📌Sin embargo, no piense en la postura como posturas rígidas, o erguidas.
📌Las posturas son muy dinámicas cuando todos los sistemas funcionan de manera complementaria.
📌Los mismos están cambiando y ajustándose constantemente para abordar los cambios en el entorno interno y externo.
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Oh, wow! We’re already halfway through our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway! 🎅🎄 Today, we continue with our 6th contest and we want you to giddy on up over to our clinic! ⛄ Only ONE lucky fan from Facebook OR Instagram will be selected to receive a free treatment worth RM700 from us!
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A mobility aid gives more than movement to a person with a disability and enables them to regain control of their life. Several years ago, Wayan Sukri was working in a market in Badung when it flooded, and she stepped on a piece of iron, causing an infection which resulted in the amputation of her left leg. After continually receiving prosthetic legs from PUSPADI Bali, Sukri has been able to work and be active. #Donate
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Transformational Tuesday is full effect as one happy iWALKer goes from #rockclimbing
on the iWALK2.0 to #iceclimbing
on his own two legs. Yes! iWALKFree can help your lower leg injury recovery and allow you the freedom of mobility for your active life! ・・・
Most of you know the last few months have been a struggle physically after breaking parts of both my legs after a rock climbing accident. Most of you also know that I have pushed past my limits and beyond what was thought to be possible to be able to get myself back to the mountains. The perseverance paid off and I made it back to the mountains for this years @bozemanicefest
and lead my first ice climb in hyalite canyon. I worked hard and had a lot of support the last few months during my recovery and most of it from a lot of you. Thank you for your constant support and though the journey is still not over I am glad I am able to share this particular milestone with you all.
Paciente masculino de 36 años, quien hace 6 semanas presenta luxación postraumática de hueso semilunar de mano derecha (imagen 1), por lo que es intervenido quirúrgicamente para su fijación (imagen2). Acude hoy para inicio de rehabilitación, con atrofia de antebrazo y mano, presencia de tres alambres de fijación quirúrgica, rangos articulares de muñeca limitados, de los dedos completos pasivamente, debilidad acorde al caso y resto bien. Inicia hoy ciclo de terapias en @vida_fisio
, para mejorar de manera progresiva rangos de movilidad, liberar adherencias, fortalecimiento de antebrazo y mano, mejorar motricidad gruesa y fina. #luxacion #semilunar #handbones #rehabilitation #physicalmedicineandrehabilitation #venezuela
Music therapy can reduce stress and anxiety.
What your favourite music to listen to? Have you seen music have a big impact in the NT?
#music #healthyminds #creativehealth #rehabilitation
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Our first visit at Roman's rehab (Shepherd Center) in Atlanta, GA. He's only 6 hours away from us if we drive so we're very glad to have him close by as he goes through therpay to help his recovery. Its been over a month now since the incident & I just praise God for the strength & progress he's given Roman up to this day & everything He continues to do. I'm also so grateful for all the support he's got through friends and family! ❤ Thank you everyone once again for keeping him in your prayers and believing in his miracle. All glory to God...& I thank Him for the power & access he's given us through the Holy Spirit. 🕊
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