Tag Archives: GIRD

Unusual Causes of Shoulder Pain in Athletes

October 2, 2013

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Unusual Causes of Shoulder Pain in Athletes

Dr. Jeff Dugas presents on unusual causes of shoulder pain in athletes, including thrower’s exostosis, Bennett’s lesions, and glenoid osteochondral (OCD) lesions, overviewing the causes, assessment, management, and rehabilitation of these injuries, including video of surgical techniques.

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GIRD in the Overhead Athlete

July 31, 2013

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GIRD in the Overhead Thrower Kevin Wilk

Kevin Wilk shares a presentation on a GIRD in the Overhead Athlete. Kevin discusses everything you need to know about glenohumeral internal rotation deficit and how to treat it effectively.

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Assessment and Treatment of Posterior Shoulder Tightness

September 19, 2012

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Tim Tyler, PT, MS, ATC, discusses the assessment and treatment of posterior shoulder tightness of the rotator cuff, posterior capsule, and GIRD.

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Causes and Treatment of Internal Rotation Deficits: Does GIRD Cause Shoulder Injury?

July 28, 2012

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Kevin WIlk discusses glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD) including it’s causes, treatment, and correlation to injuries.

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Assessing Asymmetries in the Overhead Athlete

September 13, 2011

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Assessing Asymmetry in Overhead Athletes

Overhead athletes, such as baseball pitchers, exhibit unique physical characteristics that make assessing, rehabilitating, and training them difficult. But not all asymmetries are pathological, and sometimes attempting to make them symmetrical may be disadvantageous.

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