Repetitive Activity, From Low Impact Activities

Repetitive Activity Low Impact Activities

Repetitive activity, from low impact activities (e.g., quilting) to high impact activities (e.g., lifting heavy items at work or home) can put unnecessary strain on the body. This can cause the muscles in the shoulder, specifically the rotator cuff, to become strained. Physical therapy can help correct posture, improve muscular imbalance and aid the muscle healing itself in a more effective manner.

Repetitive Activity Low Impact Activities Litchfield County CT

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Therapeutic Approach: Shanya incorporates a hands-on approach (manual therapy) in conjunction with appropriate exercises in the rehabilitation of all injuries to restore balance in the body. She pulls from a variety of backgrounds, including McKenzie, Postural Restoration Institute, SFMA and Mulligan, to name a few, as well as incorporating techniques from her background in yoga. Most recently she has begun study in the rehabilitation of diastis recti which is a separation of the rectus abdominis muscle which can occur after pregnancy. Therapy interests or specialties: All aspects of general outpatient orthopedics and care of orthopedic problems after pregnancy.

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