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Do you have shoulder pain, stiffness, and weakness? You maybe experiencing a rotator cuff tear. To learn more about this read below.

Rotator cuff tears are one of the most common injuries of the shoulder. The shoulder is a ball and socket joint with the arm bone (humerus) meeting the shallow socket called the glenoid fossa. This socket is part of the shoulder blade (scapula). The term “rotator cuff” refers to four muscles of the shoulder that […]

Does standing or walking cause you pain? You might be dealing with Spinal Stenosis.

Description: Low back pain is common, and if lumbar stenosis is the cause of your back pain, standing or walking can be difficult. The lumbar spine is located in the low back, above your waistline. Within the bones that make up the spine, also called vertebrae, there is a canal (or tube) where the spinal […]

ACL Protocol, Assessment, and Training at Excel Sports and PT

ACL, three little letters that are notorious in the sports world. In the United States alone there are over 400,00 ACL repair procedures each year. Once you tear the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee your world will change forever. You will feel angry, upset, and nervous about what the future holds for you. Why […]

Do you want to be an Athletic Trainer?

Excel Sports and Physical Therapy and Lindenwood University Athletic Training Program is hosting a FREE CLINIC on November 14, 2015 at Lindenwood University. Please see attached flyer! Contact Anna Rozanski, MS, ATC/LAT 2015 Flyer CampusMap (1)

‘Fall’ Prevention

The seasons are once again changing. Many people I talk with tell me this is their favorite season. Even if it is not, the cool weather, spectacle of changing leaves, and all the smells that accompany autumn have to make you smile. As the leaves begin to fall, everyone needs to take special precaution not […]