As some of you know, I (Neely) had shoulder surgery in November of 2014, so it's been a little over a year since then, and I wanted to update you all on how it's going. First of all, here's a [...]
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I (Neely) recently wrote a post describing my shoulder surgery (SLAP tear and bone spur, no anchors to repair the labral tear - just tenodesis and bone spur removal under the achromium) and the first 4 weeks of my recovery. [...]
On November 10th I had shoulder surgery. I, by the way, am Neely Quinn, one of the founders of TrainingBeta. My bio is here. If you've been following the podcast or my blog posts, you'll know by my incessant whining [...]
TBP 056 :: Our Shoulder Surgeon (Dr. Tom Hackett) on Best Practices for Surgery and Alternative Treatments
Date: June 21st, 2016 About Dr. Tom Hackett This is an interview with Dr. Tom Hackett, a shoulder, elbow, and knee surgeon who performed all three of my husband's and my shoulder surgeries. Dr. Hackett works out of the acclaimed Steadman Clinic [...]
Climbing injury rates are on the rise. If you climb long enough, chances are you're going to deal with an injury at some point. However, this doesn't mean we should just be sitting back waiting for injuries to happen. Most [...]
Shoulders, shoulders, shoulders... More and more climbers are dealing with chronic shoulder pain. This isn't something we should be looking to simply grit our teeth and climb through. That's a quick way to end up on the couch recovering from [...]
Date: November 2nd, 2016 About Esther Smith Esther Smith is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and the owner of Grassroots Physical Therapy in Salt Lake City. She is a [...]
In climbing, shoulder injuries are far to common. Additionally, because of the nature of climbing movement and the anatomy of the shoulder, shoulder injuries are something that affect climbers of all ability levels. Because of these realities, climbers of all [...]
About a month ago, we posted about the new Yoga for Climbers online course being offered by professional climber and yogi Heidi Wirtz and Climbing Magazine. The idea of the course is to make yoga more accessible to climbers while providing instruction [...]
Date: May 2nd, 2016 Shoulder Care for Climbers This week, in our fourth mini episode of Ask Kris, we decided to talk about shoulder care for climbers - one of my favorite topics. A lot of climbers have shoulder issues, and we [...]