A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words

A picture’s worth a thousand words.

Basically, when you get information, even if it’s on imaging, it’s very, very difficult to pinpoint any one strategy.

​​Good news, if it’s a tendon issue (in this case, in the shoulder), I think even if you only treat the tendon, then you might be able to create a solution, because the biggest thing that this environment is linked to is “this is what broke”, we actually don’t know much else.

What we don’t know is all the contributors both above and below the tendon.

We do know this individual had Tommy John surgery, as well as limited elbow extension.

But clearly, if there are issues at the elbow, if there are issues above and below – thoracic, cervical – all things that could be contributing to some degree of price to pay for performance.

Remember, inefficient doesn’t mean unsuccessful.

Even if it looks, smells, and barks like a _____, it might actually not be.

Learn more here or on Instagram, and leave me a comment so we can continue the discussion!

-CW

P.S. I will be presenting at Perform Better’s Functional Training Summit in Providence August 26th-28th, 2022. Tickets are still available! I hope to see you there!

P.P.S. Check on my new series on the shoulder on SageSpot! Click here to learn more!

  • August 9, 2022

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