1. Tennis Elbow Exercises: What Are The Goals?

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    The 3 essential goals of exercise in Tennis Elbow rehabilitation: http://tenniselbowclassroom.com/tennis-elbow-exercises/tennis-elbow-exercise-rehab-goals/ This podcast video looks how exercise is supposed to help achieve these goals – and where it sometimes comes up short! There seems to be a quest to discover the “perfect” exercise formula for Tennis Elbow rehab: What kind? (Concentric? Eccentric?) How intensely? How many repetitions and sets? And how often? Curiously, some medical researchers state that it’s hard to know what the right combination of exercise factors should be when it comes to stimulating healing without causing more damage to the injured tendon: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111165095547160664097/posts/GRgMygjJ8Ze Exercise is undeniably an important part of the rehab process, yet perhaps we should ask: “Is exercise the most efficient way to heal the tendon in the first place?” Should exercise be the most important part of your Tennis Elbow treatment program - or is there a higher priority in the early stages of healing? See also: Tennis Elbow Exercises: What If Exercising Makes Your Tennis Elbow Worse? [VIDEO] https://vimeo.com/43315658 By Allen Willette - http://TennisElbowClassroom.com

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    • Moving Kneecap Out of the Way During Knee Replacement Surgery

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      Simple animation showing how patella (kneecap) is moved out of the way to allow replacement of the knee joint. This procedure prevents damage to the quadriceps and patellar tendon during surgery and eliminates cutting the quadriceps femoris muscle. Created using Adobe Illustrator and After Effects.

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      • Cathy Mu (AKA Master TianJia Mu) on the Hundredth Monkey Radio Show 6/3/12 Part 4 of 4

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        http://www.tiangongus.org/ Cathy Mu is a Qi Gong Master (AKA Master TianJia Mu) from the San Francisco Bay Area. Got insomnia? Feeling angry? Suffering from liver or gall bladder issues? Want to sleep like a baby? Want to relax and feel serene and peaceful? Listen to this powerful yet sweet Energy Healing Transmission while you get ready to sleep at night or take a nap during the day. Your body and mind will receive amazing detoxification and healing while you sleep, especially in the areas of your liver, gall bladder, eyes, tendons, and nails, which belong to the Liver System based on the Chinese Five Element Medical Theory & Practice. Your anger will be replaced by forgiveness, happiness, and love. For more details, please check out http://www.tiangong.org.

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        • Walking On Tiptoe

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          Having been abandoned as a baby because of problems with her feet, little Tamarah could only walk on tiptoe. Knowing how Tamarah faced a difficult future in their West Bank village, her adopted mom turned to prayer.

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          • Anatomy Study: Drawing The Hand

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            In this anatomy video series tutorial, we are taking an in depth look at the human hands. We lay out the bone structure and then lay the muscle structure to build the foundations. Then we use that to lay basic skin rendering over it.

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            • Stretching, Readying and Recoiling

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              The secret to frogs’ superlative jumping lies in their tendons. Researchers at Brown University, filming frogs jumping at 500 frames per second with special X-ray technology, show that the frog's tendon stretches as it readies its leap and then recoils, much like a spring, when the frog jumps. The finding could explain how other animals are exceptional leapers. Results appear in Biology Letters. More info: http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2011/11/frogs

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              • Post Knee Surgery: The Healing Begins

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                If one bad knee wasn’t bad enough, Chris Naylor had two. When her walk turned to a hobble, she sprang into action. “It finally reached the point where there was enough crunching bone on bone that is was making life very difficult.” Chris underwent a staged, bilateral knee replacement. The procedure resurfaces the knee joint, shaving away damaged cartilage and bone. Surgeons cap the resurfaced bones to keep much of the knee intact. “The good parts stay; the ligaments and the muscles and tendons really; we keep as much of your own parts as we can,” says Dr. Ed Humbert, an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. It’s not the surgery itself that solely determines success or failure. Once the surgery is over, the real work begins. “Physical therapy with knee replacement is very, very important. Even the best implant or knee replacement put in properly and perfectly, if that patient did very little therapy can become very stiff and very painful,” says Dr. Humbert. Chris approached her recovery with a sense of purpose, planning a trip to Disney within weeks of her last surgery. She jumped into physical therapy with both feet. “The day of surgery you’re left alone, the following morning physical therapy starts morning and afternoon, the day after that you are released – it’s also morning and afternoon, you’re sent home, physical therapy calls that evening and they start coming into the home the next day,” says Chris. “Therapy’s helping your range of motion, it’s progressing and getting your strength back and therapy’s also part in keeping the swelling down,” says Dr. Humbert. The hard work paid off, Chris’ smile says it all. “I went to Disney; we did all four parks in three days with two new knees, and I survived wonderfully.” The rest of her was exhausted, but her rebuilt knees held up fine. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/​healthmatters/​ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                • Carl Berthelette - Le LAB à VOX TV

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                  Reportage de Philippe Fehmiu et Marie-Eve Lyne Michel sur cette nouvelle technologie dans le Soulagement de la DOULEUR et la Gestion du SRESS. Accélère les processus naturels de guérison, non-invasif, homologué par Santé Canada comme appareils médicaux de Classe II. Énergie de la Science Inc. et Pacific Health Options Inc. possèdent une license d'établissement médical permettant la distribution partout au CANADA. L'essayer, C'est l'adopter

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                  • Marketing Interview Video Flobax founder & developer Dominic Petrilli

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                    • Beautiful Potential

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                      Row row row your boat.

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