#44: On this episode we talk about the biomechanics of the rotator cuff and shoulder stability, how we perform staff reviews at Champion, and barefoot training. To subscribe and ask your questions, go to http://MikeReinold.com/askmikereinold/.
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1st Entry - Feb 8, 2012: "How I was injured and my questions about surgery". (this video) She has been doing pre-surgery therapy to prevent muscle atrophy since her injury. She can not play, but walks fine. She still practices with a private coach to work on her swing control.
She will have surgery soon to reconstruct her ACL. She is still a HS freshman, playing up in the 16s. She has her goal set to play in div-1 college VB. We hope she can reach her goal. And we agree that her experience will not be unique and can be helpful to others in the future.
Most important decision at this time? Patellar graft vs hamstring graft. Both choices have a complicated set of pros and cons. ACL
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