Category Archives: Athletic Training 101

Shoulder Safety Part 5: managing labrum injuries

Another common injury to the shoulder is inflammation or damage to the labrum.  As stated in a previous entry, the labrum exists on the edge of the glenoid fossa on the scapula as a thin, cartilaginous ring designed to deepen … Continue reading

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Shoulder Safety Part 4: rotator cuff injuries

Now that readers are familiar with the anatomy of the rotator cuff and shoulder joint, it is important to understand the signs and symptoms associated with a rotator cuff injury, and what can be done to prevent an injury to … Continue reading

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Shoulder Safety Part 1: Introduction

With spring fast approaching, people are starting to get excited for better weather, longer days, and another chance to enjoy the different outdoor activities available once it warms up.  Many people (myself included) are excited for things like Spring Training … Continue reading

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