Beginner Triathlete - Shoulder Injuries articles

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photoIs it normal to have pain when switching to a tri bike?
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photoHow to regain enough range of motion to swim freestyle after a shoulder injury or surgery
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photoOften I also see an imbalance in the front muscles of the shoulder, such as the pectoralis, and the back muscles, such as the rotator cuff and shoulder blade stabilizers. I would recommend:
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photoDifferentiating between the different causes of rotator cuff-related pain is not important initially, because primary treatment for all of them is the same.
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photoMost swimmers who develop shoulder pain do so because of relative rotator cuff and shoulder blade muscle strength deficiencies.
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photoThe anatomy, diagnosis and treatment of swimmer's shoulder.
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photoDoes your shoulder hurt? You may have a rotator cuff injury. This article will go through the signs, symptoms and treatment options.
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photoShoulder pain persists long after humerus bone head fracture
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photoHow long before I will notice major improvement? How long in the sling? Should I do any kind of exercise or rehab while in your sling?
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photoCrashed on your bike? You may have a clavical fracture. Clavicle fractures are the best, and the worst, fractures to have. Find our more in this article.
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photoI've had shoulder problems since the very beginning of tri training. I did see an ortho who took x-rays and said I have a type II acromioin. I'd love to know some stretches to help my flexibility.
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photoApparently I have tendonitis in my left shoulder and will start PT next week. Are there drills/ strokes that I can do that won't keep my shoulder from healing?
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photoThe article I read said that swimmer's shoulder can result from improper stroke, overtraining and one sided breathing. Do you have any comments on this and how to prevent?
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photoI was in a bicycle accident that left me with a separated shoulder. I went to an orthopedic who said that it had been too long to do surgery because the ligaments would not repair themselves.
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photoMuscle spasms and cramps are a fairly common event associated with increased training. The cramps and spasms are usually harmless and have no long-term problems.
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