Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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  • Pure Sports Medicine Interviews: Simon Lack (full version)
    There is no shortage of clinical experience here at Pure Sports Medicine. We often share peer-reviewed articles via email and spread knowledge via CPD sessions. But what about our ideas, views and opinion? Evidence-based practice is at the heart of what we do. At times, however, our experiences when working with patients may reflect neither the literature, nor rhetoric from experts. We all have p...
Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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  • Pure Sports Medicine: Simon Lack interview (5 min clip)
    There is no shortage of clinical experience here at Pure Sports Medicine. We often share peer-reviewed articles via email and spread knowledge via CPD sessions. But what about our ideas, views and opinion? Evidence-based practice is at the heart of what we do. At times, however, our experiences when working with patients may reflect neither the literature, nor rhetoric from experts. We all have p...
Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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  • Thoracic Mobility (Exercise 3)
    1. Side lying – pelvis and ribs in a straight line (Left) elbow directly under (Left) shoulder 2. Hold ribs on the left side and gently pull/rotate ribs through 3. Keep breathe relaxed and work in a pain and discomfort free range of motion
Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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  • Thoracic Mobility (Exercise 1)
    1. Side lying – pelvis and ribs in a straight line (left) elbow directly under (left) shoulder 2. Lengthen one arm into the air 3. Slowly reach the hand underneath and through the opposite armpit, following the hand with the eyes 4. Keep breathe relaxed and go slowly 5. Repeat 5 times
Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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  • Pure Sports Medicine: Thoracic Mobility (Exercise 2)
    1. Side lying – pelvis and ribs in a straight line (Left) elbow directly under (Left) shoulder 2. Place hand on head without pulling on the neck 3. Lengthen the ribcage away from the pelvis without straining 4. Gently return and repeat movement 5 times
Pure Sports Medicine
Pure Sports Medicine
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