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NFL Playoff Predictions: Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
"We'll start things off in the nfc where the green bay packers playing host to the tampa. Bay buccaneers. You're looking at green bay. Three and a half point favorite at faneuil sportsbook total in this game at fifty one and a half and pain. When i dug into this game i was blown away not by some of the statistics that are there the xs and os but by the simple fact that this'll be aaron rodgers first. Nfc title game. That will at home given everything he's been able to accomplish in his career and greenvale have something pretty strong working in their favor when you consider that since the wild card round began in nineteen seventy eight teams playing their third straight road game or just five and twelve against the spread for thirteen straight up so tampa get have to work against that particular trend but when you have the greatest of all time at the quarterback position. I'm sure a lot of your fears are swayed by all of that when you try and identify some of the matchups here we know these teams that. You're just assuming. Patrick mahomes doesn't get seven. Well a patron hose may seven. But he's not the go he might be the go in waiting. And who knows. Maybe we'll get a ceremonial passing of the baton from tom to patrick in tampa in two short weeks. But we're getting ahead of ourselves there as well when you look at this particular game and i know we go through the offense versus defense but which side of the ball is going to be more fascinating for you to watch tom. Brady against this. Suddenly resurgent packers defense. Who in my opinion really hasn't been tested over the last couple of weeks or aaron rodgers looking to atone for his worst performance of the season against the tampa bay bucks defensive front. I think they're both interesting. Obviously in one thing that we've talked about air this entire postseason is we're getting some good matchups. We're getting some great games. We have to be thrilled with the four teams remaining. And i know browns fans won't like this but we don't have a team that's undeserving or doesn't belong. We don't have a team. That's seven and a half eight win. Team somehow sneaking their way into the final four so to speak here with with an upset win and then taking advantage of an injury to the most important play like we have the four teams. Here that are right up there in the power rankings. You could certainly say the saints or there but you know if if i think we knew exactly what was wrong with drew brees report we might not have the saints as the top five credential. You you mean his wife coming out and saying he played the latter portion of the season with a torn labor. Him didn't have any effect on his lacklustre efforts. Throwing the ball downfield torn torn labor. M- rotator cuff torn plantar fascia and still had. I guess three fractured ribs most healed but right and so i think that was part of the the line move last week now for sure looking at this right in this match while we're getting the great games and i of go back to my initial thought here while we're getting the great matchups for us to watch there's so much variance there so many like holes to attack. That team can do that. Like sometimes you get games whereas like you break them down. Nearly there's nothing really there. These games have a lot here. And whichever one can. It's going to cause this massive variance in the game. I think we even said that last week in the packers we're going to find out who's for real. We think the packers defense is packers. Offense is really good. We think the rams defense is really good. Neither of really played a tough schedule. And i get aaron. Donald was injured last week. But i think we kind of saw. What the rams were when. They went up against an elite offense because they hadn't really faced any elite offense is aside from my guess what you could call a familiar opponent with russell wilson seattle. Who is trending horrifically to end the season. So let's start there right. And i think the obvious element the thing that we'll talk about a lot because it's worth bringing up what you'll probably. Here's you listen to a lot of breakdowns of this game all week and the one thing that can really swing this game. I think is pressure on aaron rodgers. Can the the buccaneers defense make aaron rodgers uncomfortable. And i think it's pretty pretty simple. That's going to be the largest determining factor of this game and if you're going to get a situation where aaron rodgers is strong from clean pocket. The game's over right. It's done with of quarterbacks with at least one hundred and twenty-five dropbacks aaron rodgers number one in the nfl one thirty passer rating from a clean pockets got forty touchdown four picks and clean bach suggested completion percentage when kept clean is eighty five percent. If you don't pressure. Rogers like you're not going into lambeau in january with possible weather and beating him
Patriots Knocked Out of Playoff Race for First Time Since 2008
"Patriots who i said would not make the playoffs are not making the playoffs here. Is bill belichick with this loss. You guys were eliminated from playoff contention first time since a wave. Just wondering your reaction to that does that. We win deserve to win tonight. So yeah pretty much. So and i started look at cam. Newton's numbers. Because if i'm new england do i play jarrett stidham the last two games. Do i want to see what i have do. They know what they have do. I just ride this out. And have cam newton as my starting quarterback in his last seventeen starts so this goes back two years cam. Newton has thrown. in seventeen games. Five touchdown passes twelve interceptions. He is had almost five hundred throws over those seventeen games. Peter king points out in his column today. Aaron rodgers has had four hundred seventy seven pass attempts through the same time period. He's thrown forty touchdowns cams thrown five. And i know coming back from arthroscopic surgery on his rotator cuff and for those of us who've had rotator cuff surgery just coming back for a normal life. Not trying to fit a football into a small window is really difficult. And i don't think cam has come all the way back from kovin that but cam. We're not going to see cam twenty fifteen. Never gonna come close to. That can still be a quarterback who starts in the nfl. Is he a quarterback who is going to be a backup quarterback. And i think that's going to be the next step to decide what happens with the patriots. What direction they go in to the go after quarterback do they keep cam. Do give him more. Money is jarrett stidham as that experience experiment over as
The Why and How of Self Care by Randi Kay
"The why and how of Self Care Iran decay of Naturally Randy K. dot com. As you can gather, I think a lot about taking care of yourself and I care a lot about it. I WANNA shout about it from the rooftops I wanna hug you and bless you with self care blessings. I WanNa grab your shoulders, shake you while I yell how important it is in your face. But. I shall take a more humble right in a blog route at the moment and a little deeper into why it's important and some simple ways to get started. Talk to yourself. Our bodies are constantly communicating the different body systems working together the body language we exude or verbal conversations, but one of the most important conversations that we tend to neglect his consciously checking in with ourselves. I wrote a few posts ago about negative self-talk and start gently changing that conversation with ourselves. But along with that, there is the honest feedback conversation because something like this hey body mind or soul how're you doing today? What do you need? How can I help this whole day after? And then taking the time to listen for me some of those answers tend to be something like this Mo-. Hey, girl thanks for checking in. May I'm doing pretty good but my name and upper back heard a little I think he slept Kinda funny. You should do those and neck and shoulder stretches that I like Owen though he totally loved those cupcakes from Nicole's last night. My Tummy hurts meet a little lighter today Okay Mogi cool and by the way you are the bees. It may seem silly and he may feel like you've got a little goal homes Megan Combo going but it's K- keep going with it and you will come to cherish that daily inner dialogue I have come to not being able to function without it. Movement does your body good. This may seem like an obvious one but your body needs to move and yes, it moves all the time but we need that time of intentional movement, the benefits of exercise and stretching are endless and yes, we all know them. But seriously folks if we don't stretch and move and tend to our aches and pains, it can lead to incredibly negative and serious consequences. A favorite quote of mine that is known in the Yoga therapy world is quote if you listen to your body whisper, then you don't have to hear it scream and quote. And that touches on my first daily Combo point as well. Those first twinges and whispers of body discomfort is our bodies way of warning us saying, Hey, let's do something about this or else is going to get worse and lead to a torn rotator cuff or knee injury or heart attack or who knows what else. One of my favorite quotes is by core fusion co founder Fred veto quote. Embrace movement as an essential part of being alive and quote. We were created, sit at desks and stare at screens for eight plus hours a day. I'll save the soapbox for another time. But Self Care is how he counter that ever increasing way of life. And if you are up and moving for most of your day, self cares how we create some stillness and more therapeutic movement inhabits. Fill your own cup I save something to pour. In Our culture, there is glorification of busy. There's a glorification of sacrifice and struggle while I think being busy and sacrificing and struggling or important parts of life in their own ways is gonNA balance of heard almost every excuse in the book as to why people can't do self care is so hard with kids they need me I never get a moment to myself. I don't have time at work. So tired by the end of the day, my dog ate my homework. Okay. Not that last one but they all. Sound, like silly excuses to me what people don't understand, and this is usually the self care point that makes me wanNA shake people yell in a loving way. Of course, is that by taking time for yourself every day even if it's just five minutes of debriefing and grounding will make you a better partner parent friend employer employee everything you need to fill your own cup. If you really want to be the person you want to be in the world, you must take those sacred moments to yourself to take good care. And not only will you be able to serve others better you'll have valuable coping tools like healthy body, healthy breathing habits, self love, and confidence etc to deal with stresses in Traumas that will happen in life. In Summary To put it all onto a sweet-smelling glossy package check in with yourself daily to receive guidance on how to move and stretch and care to yourself. So you can be that kick angle force in the world. You've got a lot to do my friend. Please please set yourself up for success and enjoying the journey of life with a self care practice, and if my reasons don't do it for you tune into your own why put some love and motivation behind those should in your I know I should do this conversation.
The Why and How of Self Care by Randi Kay of Naturally Randi Kay
"The why and how of Self Care Iran decay of Naturally Randy K. dot com. As you can gather, I think a lot about taking care of yourself and I care a lot about it. I WANNA shout about it from the rooftops I wanna hug you and bless you with self care blessings. I WanNa grab your shoulders, shake you while I yell how important it is in your face. But. I shall take a more humble right in a blog route at the moment and a little deeper into why it's important and some simple ways to get started. Talk to yourself. Our bodies are constantly communicating the different body systems working together the body language we exude or verbal conversations, but one of the most important conversations that we tend to neglect his consciously checking in with ourselves. I wrote a few posts ago about negative self-talk and start gently changing that conversation with ourselves. But along with that, there is the honest feedback conversation because something like this hey body mind or soul how're you doing today? What do you need? How can I help this whole day after? And then taking the time to listen for me some of those answers tend to be something like this Mo-. Hey, girl thanks for checking in. May I'm doing pretty good but my name and upper back heard a little I think he slept Kinda funny. You should do those and neck and shoulder stretches that I like Owen though he totally loved those cupcakes from Nicole's last night. My Tummy hurts meet a little lighter today Okay Mogi cool and by the way you are the bees. It may seem silly and he may feel like you've got a little goal homes Megan Combo going but it's K- keep going with it and you will come to cherish that daily inner dialogue I have come to not being able to function without it. Movement does your body good. This may seem like an obvious one but your body needs to move and yes, it moves all the time but we need that time of intentional movement, the benefits of exercise and stretching are endless and yes, we all know them. But seriously folks if we don't stretch and move and tend to our aches and pains, it can lead to incredibly negative and serious consequences. A favorite quote of mine that is known in the Yoga therapy world is quote if you listen to your body whisper, then you don't have to hear it scream and quote. And that touches on my first daily Combo point as well. Those first twinges and whispers of body discomfort is our bodies way of warning us saying, Hey, let's do something about this or else is going to get worse and lead to a torn rotator cuff or knee injury or heart attack or who knows what else. One of my favorite quotes is by core fusion co founder Fred veto quote. Embrace movement as an essential part of being alive and quote. We were created, sit at desks and stare at screens for eight plus hours a day. I'll save the soapbox for another time. But Self Care is how he counter that ever increasing way of life. And if you are up and moving for most of your day, self cares how we create some stillness and more therapeutic movement inhabits. Fill your own cup I save something to pour. In Our culture, there is glorification of busy. There's a glorification of sacrifice and struggle while I think being busy and sacrificing and struggling or important parts of life in their own ways is gonNA balance of heard almost every excuse in the book as to why people can't do self care is so hard with kids they need me I never get a moment to myself. I don't have time at work. So tired by the end of the day, my dog ate my homework. Okay. Not that last one but they all. Sound, like silly excuses to me what people don't understand, and this is usually the self care point that makes me wanNA shake people yell in a loving way. Of course, is that by taking time for yourself every day even if it's just five minutes of debriefing and grounding will make you a better partner parent friend employer employee everything you need to fill your own cup. If you really want to be the person you want to be in the world, you must take those sacred moments to yourself to take good care. And not only will you be able to serve others better you'll have valuable coping tools like healthy body, healthy breathing habits, self love, and confidence etc to deal with stresses in Traumas that will happen in life. In Summary To put it all onto a sweet-smelling glossy package check in with yourself daily to receive guidance on how to move and stretch and care to yourself. So you can be that kick angle force in the world.
How Will Cam Newton Make the Patriots Better?
"All right bill. We're here today to talk about the New England Patriots and Cam specifically began her. They used to film. The Cincinnati bengals sideline for which they were find over a million dollars mosque third round. Pick well the good news. Is that they've decided to uproot their entire organization and totally chance planet quarterback to bury the latest piece of evidence that there maybe not playing by the rules as everybody else. Bill Barnwell is the host of the podcast. The bill Barnwell show. You just, but there are people on the Internet positing that these events are connected. Of course. We are here today to talk about. The other came Cam Newton the New England. Patriots who could have predicted this? IS GOING TO RELEASE CAM to they're going to wait, and the Patriots are going to get him for nothing and they're going to be good. It's going to be awful in offense. It was impossible up to this point. The idea that the only team in the league that to starting quarterback might possibly make a move for the best available starting quarterback on the free agent market see Telepho-, obvious when you lay it out like that, but here's the thing it's June and according to our Adam Schefter. No other teams exception to the Browns who had some interest put in a call then New England goes out, and they get cam for basically nothing veteran minimum with incentives. How bill how? I think it's a combination of things I mean. Obviously the coronavirus has impacted team's ability to see workouts to administer physicals and Cam Newton of course as a player coming off of a serious injury, eight frank injury to the middle of his foot, which cost him pretty much. The entire two thousand nineteen season for that coming off the shoulder surgery has not been healthy in a while, and so you'd figure in a typical circumstance. He would be easy for teams to kind of see what cam has left, and then make an offer only, but there haven't really been teams able to make the sort of offers that would justify starting quarterback role. And then I think from camps perspective he rightfully would rather be making less money with the opportunity to start for the new, England Patriots say a playoff team from a year ago, then serve as a perhaps higher paid backup in a spot where he's unlikely to play. Knowing how little New England paid for him and looking back at some of the other quarterbacks who got jobs during free agency? Are there any teams that you think would have been wise to jump ahead of new? England and WHY IS IT CHICAGO? I do think that the decision to trade for Nick. Foles a player who realistically has if not Worse Injury History Than Cam Newton certainly a comparable injury history when it comes to his checkered past i. do think that the bears would have been in much better shape. Do Not trae draft pick and to sign Cam Newton for much less money than they're going to give nick foles over the next three years and I think there's a handful of teams that. That even if it happened as a backup, I think teams like the steelers. Of course you've talked about the titans as possible CAM, Newton location and I think absolutely teams like that have a veteran quarterback with a history of injuries and very little behind them in the backup role would have absolutely been smart to making move for Cam Newton, but obviously I think it's the Patriots benefit that the League has been so conservative when it's come to approach again. Let's talk about what we can expect out of canning. Which I realize, you are not a doctor, but the big question mark is you've outlined his health the last time we saw him play. Football was the beginning of the two thousand nineteen season. He only played a couple of games before his season ended due to a foot injury, he incurred during the preseason. What did you see out of Cam the last time he was healthy? The last extended stretch we saw from Cam Newton as a healthy quarterback, was the first half of twenty eighteen, and he was excellent. Newton throws. Fabio Capello Panthers one of the best teams in football at six to newton was tenth and Passer Rating Twelve Qbr and the panthers had guilty scheme that was designed to actually trying to out more quickly and leave some of the hits that candidate taking, and we saw his numbers include accordingly. SNAP TO NEWTON looking left throws it over the Middle Touchdown Greg Olsen. Cam Newton looking like a poster on feats. Assume. Thirty so frequently earlier in his career, they always posted pretty mediocre. Completion percentages in two thousand eighteen across the first half you had a completion percentage of sixty seven point three percent that was one of the best marks in football. He was averaging nearly four touchdowns for every pick producing really two hundred eighty yards per game from scrimmage. He was illegitimate MVP candidate through the first half of twenty eighteen. And then of course, the injuries struck. Labor rotator cuff just to soreness. He had a shoulder injury that led to surgery after two thousand eighteen. And then the foot injury cam stumbles Abu to the nearside. He's in trouble. Hit droplet like. Damn comes off the field limping a little bit maybe. But you tried to play through and was unable to do so.
Is police brutality legal?
"In nineteen eighty four a middle aged black man who worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation named the Thorn Graham. He noticed that he was lightheaded. It experienced this exact feeling before he was a diabetic. And he was on the verge of an insulin attack but this time he wasn't at home he was riding in the car with a friend of his CO worker William Berry Engram knew that William didn't stop somewhere to get him some orange juice to balance out his blood sugar levels. Graham knew that he was going to pass out. So William pulled the car over and a random gas station in Charlotte to get Graham. Some orange juice Graham got out of the car walked into the gas station grabbed himself. A small bottle of orange juice prepared to purchase it. Then he noticed. The line was long so instead of purchasing the orange juice graham sat the orange juice on the top of the shelf. There in the gas station ran back out to the car and just asked his buddy to hurry up and take him home and stay as you may have noticed. No crime was committed. He didn't steal the orange juice. Nobody was harmed and at this point. We just have a friend trying to help a friend through a medical emergency but this is America and in the parking lot of that gas station was a Charlotte police officer. Connor remember the Supreme Court case. It's Graham versus conner in officer Connor. Who was white. Didn't think the what he saw was harmless at all when he saw a black man going to that store and come back out of the store without anything in his hands. Connor was convinced that he had just witnessed an armed robbery. The Graham didn't have a gun. You can have a bag of cash. He was just black and connor. Didn't like the way Graham walked in and out of the store so Graham got in the passenger side seat of the car asked his friend to leave and they pulled off to be clear and I just have to say this. They didn't peel out their tires. They didn't break the speed limit. William Berry just backed his car out of the parking lot and began driving Graham home but officer. Connor convinced that he had just witnessed two black men. Rob a gas station followed them in his squad car turned on his flashing police lights and proceeded to pull them over and they put over when. Connor got to the driver's side window. William Barrett calmly told him that his friend Thorn. Graham was about to pass out because of his diabetes and that he desperately needed some orange juice unconvinced that black people even had medical emergencies officer. Connor decided it's actually he who was in grave danger so he goes back to his car in calls for emergency. Backup mind you. They didn't threaten him but he believed they had just robbed a convenience store. And we're lying about it and guess what happens. Graham literally gets out of the car in passes out right there on the road desperate wondering if his friend might die William Berry begs connor and the new cops who arrived on the scene. He begs those cops to simply give his friends some orange juice. Give him some sugar anything to help him with Graham fully unconscious and this is it's ridiculous story with Graham fully unconscious in all of this. All Supreme Court records the officers instead tightly handcuff grams hands behind his back in literally. Throw him onto the hood of his car while he's unconscious the other than proceed to laugh and insist that grandma's faking the whole thing and another officer insisted that Graham didn't even have diabetes but was drunk and told everybody there. I've SEEN PEOPLE WITH DIABETES. And they don't act like this furious at Graham. Another officer literally slammed grams head onto the car. Which momentarily brought Graham back to consciousness. Graham hardly awake then begged the officers to simply look in his back pocket where he kept a medical card stating that he had diabetes. The officers refused instead with his arms cuffed behind his back. The officers through Graham into the back of the police car head. I in slam the door on him. A bystander offered Graham orange juice but the officers refused to give it to him. Finally one of the COPS decides to go back to the gas station to ask the staff about the armed robbery. That just took place and of course. The station attendant was confused. The line was still long and no type robbery had ever taken place and guess what was right there on the shelf grams. Orange juice no robbery happened. No crime no mischief. Nothing where police could have actually helped desperate man to a medical emergency. They instead imagined a series of crimes and they brutalized a man. Who could have really really used their help. At that point it would have made a lot of sense for those officers to take to Thorn Graham directly to the hospital. He was now completely unconscious in the back of their car but instead of taking him to the hospital they literally took him home in dumped his listless body in his own front yard when Graham woke up completely confused and battered. His foot was broken. His rotator cuff torn on his left. Shoulder cuts were all over. His wrists from the cuffs in his forehead was badly bruised from being onto the COP CAR. Police had literally just racially profiled a black man for a crime. He didn't commit ignored. His medical emergency brutally beat him then dumped him in his own front yard instead of taking him to the hospital presumably because they would have had to explain to the doctors and nurses how Graham got so injured so they're bright idea was to dump his battered body off in his own front yard and just leave him there he could have died. So of course thorn. Graham sued the city. He sued the Police Department and he sued the officers. Who did this to him? Of course he did. Of course he demanded that the officers who brutalized him be fired. But in this probably comes as no surprise to you Charlotte in North Carolina fought back. The police fought back locally and then in district courts until the case eventually went all the way to the Supreme Court in that Supreme Court Decision Graham versus conner which took place now thirty years ago in nineteen eighty nine has absolutely everything to do with. Wyatt is nearly impossible to hold police responsible for police brutality. Today let me break down that decision. Bring it back down. I believe that Graham versus conner is one of the worst decisions in the modern is through the Supreme Court of the United States. What Thorn Graham experienced was so brutal so racist so unreasonable and excessive. That the idea that any court could look at what happened to him and decide that it was legal that the Supreme Court could look at that and decide that it was justified is in and of itself unjust. But let me break it down. The Supreme Court in Graham versus conner determined that quote the reasonable use of force by any officer must be viewed from the perspective of what appeared reasonable in the moment of. It's application not from twenty twenty hindsight and so the Supreme Court. Let me make sense of this. So the Supreme Court ruled that of all the ways. The cops brutalized thorn. Graham an unarmed non-violent middle aged black man who broke no laws was in desperate need of medical attention. The Supreme Court ruled that cops cannot be held responsible for truth they did not know in the moment in other words because the cops believed that. Thorne Graham had just committed a violent armed robbery because another cop believed that he was drunk and lying to them. Even though those things were completely false because cops believe them. Cops cannot be held responsible for the actual truth. They can only be held responsible for what they believed in the moment. And the judges ruled that the cops believing the Thorn Graham to be a violent drunk non-cooperative felon had the right to brutalize him
Rotator Cuff, Russell Westbrook And Paul George discussed on Drive Time Sports
"Paul George underwent rotator cuff surgery and is expected to miss the start of training camp in that. Russell westbrook. Also, underwent surgery on his injured
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"That's fucking amazing. Anyways. But meanwhile, here I sit in my fucking sweatpants talking to myself stubborn stubborn German Irish guy just going to do it this way. I don't want to talk to people, man. Now fucking with you. I if you've noticed when I do interviews. I'm a lot of times of too busy thinking about what the fuck I want to say or somebody said something and I drift off. And then it becomes like that Chris Farley thing where I'm just fucking grabbing the side of my pants going men when you did this. That was awesome. All right. So oh, Billy nobles bag. Okay. One hundred and seven fucking days. And I went to the gym yesterday for the first time in three years. I did a dip testing out my shoulders. Fortunately, where I go to the gym. They have like this the dip machine you can actually remove the dip bar and adjusted to your height. So I have it just way down near the floor. Where my arms are actually straight win. I'm holding onto it. And then I just sort of went up on my toes support, my weight with my arms and went up on my toes. Like, Michael Jackson. You know? And you know, minus that documentary whatever the fuck is going on with that. And which is low and myself down in every every time I felt a little bit stronger. And then yesterday, I was like I think I can do one. I did one felt all right? And then I kinda did three in a row, and I was just like why did I just do that? Because I'm finding what the rotator cuff. It's is it rotator a rotor cuff rotator cuff rotor cuff. Jesus christ. I've had this injury for three fucking years. And I don't it's one. You know, I just had these words that I don't really know how to say. So I just say them fast. People don't notice rotator cuff. Yeah. Oh, and I I just think is it rotator Cup a rotator cuff. I don't know what the fuck is. If you still listening. God bless you. That's all I can say so anyways, I was able to do that. And then they have one of those. Those those pull up machines that you can be on your knees with like, the weight and all that stuff. So I did like two or three of those. And now it's fucking AllAire says, I'm kind of feeling weird feeling in my other shoulder because I think this one got worn out because of the other one and. I think I've finally I'm just going to go get an MRI on both of my shoulders figure out what the fuck is going on. And then I might do a Rogan, but Rogan's, but telling me to do is go fuck fucking check out this guy that does the stem cell thing. And they just shoot it in there. And all of a sudden you like a fucking X men. I think I might do that. You know? I think I deserve that. I I didn't get the hair plugs. Right. I'm not doing both talks. I'm aging naturally. You know? I don't think say the wrong with rebuilding the engine in my fuck and shoulders. Jeez. My kids screaming. But anyways, I haven't been drinking haven't really been smoking. And. I don't know. I'm actually calling a fucking therapist today to fund because I've been saying on my on stage, I've been working on my anger, but I've been kind of doing it on my own. I've finally going to get some help here and. I've been doing this joke in my accent. Like if I just didn't have a temper like is far as wife's always trying to say. In a nice way tries this always trying to help you become a better person. Like, I think if I got rid of my temper, she would be out of suggestions. You know? Because other than my temper. I mean, I'm fucking crushing. Do you understand that guys? Do you understand that? I am a man. That can still afford to pay for direct directtv. Nine hundred channels three hundred fifty of which are radio stations. I listen to those. You know? I'll fucking I'll pay for that direct TV subscription. And then I'll order you have see fight and a sports package. I don't give a fuck..
"rotator cuff" Discussed on KOMO
"Oh, kelly. Welcome back guests number two today. Doc, Jeremy Ajayi orthopedic surgeon from Whitby health orthopedic care, doing a little segment today on shoulder instability. We've we've heard about this year shoulder is it really completely messed up. You've got some issues in there where you're not fully locked in with your rotator cuff holding things like that. While Tom you are getting really good. Yes. It's a lack of stability or what we call instability. The shoulder again big ball small socket a lot of movement potential, and he stretched that tissue out. And you have an unstable shoulder. Dr Johnny has to say was Shannon, Kelley Dr. Johnny welcome. How are you doing? Thank you very much for having me. I'm doing great. Tell us about your practice. I understand your PD surgeon and you focus in specialize in sports medicine extremities so Patel's much practice. Yeah. In fact, I a sports specialty trained orthopedic surgeon. A better practice for about fourteen years. And most of my practice has been over the majority of that time orthopedic sports medicine, which involves arthroscopy. And surgery of the shoulders, elbows knees. And any other orthopedic sports problem? And then I also practice and do general orthopedics, which would involve fracture care and total joint. All right. So tell us. Fellowship then in orthopedic sports medicine. Yes. Indeed. Yeah. I did a fellowship at Carlin job whereas speed institute down in Los Angeles, where we took care of many of the professional teams down there and got training not only with actual diagnosis and treatment of sports medicine conditions. But also the surgery and then team care as well. While couldn't enjoy that's very well known institution down in southern California said a lot of professional athletes, come in for care. And we're gonna talk about the shoulder today tells anatomically maybe a brief anatomical set the shoulder joint up. It's an interesting joint, it's complicated. And it's fun to work with absolutely one of my one of my favorite joints, one of the one of the parts of very passionate about. And I I think a good way to think about it would be as a ball and socket joint many people for money with that concept. Also another way to think about it is a golf ball sitting on a golf tee. If you look at a golf on a golf tee. Oftentimes that can be quite unstable. If the wind comes by and knocks the ball off the tee. And so there are many structures that keep the ball on the socket. There is a cartilage ram called a LeBron and that attached that labor MS what's called the joint capsule and within that capsule. There's ligaments, which I I would think of as guy wires or cables that hold things in place, and then I would add to those stabilisers of the shoulder joint. The muscles such as the rotator cuff and the biceps the rotator cuffs being the group of muscles that surround the ball and socket joint in the biceps being the muscle that most people are familiar with in the front of your arm. When you're talking about the caps on the ligaments sometimes in the business, we talk about intrinsic stabilisers, an extrinsic. Stabiliser's? So the capsule, ligaments are the non contract pal tissue, and they're stabilisers in the joint, and then the Zeke or rotator cuff biceps those muscles that stabilize from contraction. Yes. Yeah. And I think that's a great point. And a lot of times people can identify with. Let's say a guy wire holding up a telephone pole and presumably that's not going anywhere. It's not very stretchy. It's a steel cable that doesn't have a lot of give. And that's the way I would think of the ligaments. And then, of course, the muscles. Most people familiar with muscle contraction like you said which will provide that extra engine or dynamic stability. Yeah. Good stuff. And from a mechanical standpoint, the uniqueness about the shoulder joint is that configuration of a large ball and a small socket. You have a lot of mobility. But with a lot of mobility you sacrifice sometimes stability, and that's we're gonna talk about his shoulder instability. So tell us about shoulder instability. I would think of it in two broad categories. One would be an a in a a traumatic instability, and then a traumatic ability traumatic in general terms. It'd be somebody who was born with let's say looser tissues in this case in their shoulder, which would allow their shoulder joint to come in and out of place a bit easier than their neighbors and in a it also in the in that category. You could have a overhead athlete who had repetitive. Use. Let's say baseball pitcher or player.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here's Dave Kelly from our sister station, pay us, L, NewsRadio and Salt Lake City with more on the latest episode of cold, Josh Powell asked a physical therapist to treat. What turned out to be a strain and possible partial tear of his rotator cuff just ten days after Susan disappeared. We discovered the injury through an independent medical exam. Nation report and insurance document meant to investigate claims the purpose of the report is not the injury. And this isn't a problem with nations having a related just called causation. Dr Peter Chalmers is a shoulder and elbow surgeon at university of Utah health. He didn't treat Josh Powell in two thousand nine but agreed to look at the report and share his expertise part of that. I take care of a lot of rotator cuff injuries rotator cuff. Police never knew about Powell's injury because he build the treatment through an existing personal injury claim related to a car accident. He'd had back in September of two thousand and nine months before his wife. Susan vanished. It was just a Fender bender. No airbags deployed, no police report. So we asked Dr Chalmers could that kind of crash caused such a severe shoulder injury. It's really really really uncommon from that mechanism. Dr Chalmers says the most common cause of a rotator cuff tear is age meaning over the age of fifty at the time Josh Powell was thirty four and you can also see individuals of major traumas by major traumas. I usually mean. Helicopter or right? I fell off a corner scheme. It's less commonly with minor things because younger individuals attended is quite strong Dade Cawley for KTAR news. Let's get a check on traffic.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on KOMO
"Tom hutler. As we get ready for our guest today. Dr Thomas chief from proliant orthopedics, and Dr Carlos potato vascular surgeon from the polyclinic we'll have a couple of great topics to discuss later, but we always like to open when we can with a question from this one comes to us from Susan. It's a manage who is this will customers from Sam in Mountlake terrace. Who was out shopping what he says and woke up with a really sore shoulder after he chopped wood last weekend and would like to know what might be happening with his shoulder and his upper body because he says he feels terrible. He's done it for years. But now for some reason, he's got these symptoms where he's got shoulder pain, chopping wood, stacking, wood, etc. Etc. You know, it's interesting last week. I think we had a call from Ralph whose son had kind of a hyper mobile shoulder and Mountlake terrace. So Malik tear sounds like a good shoulder injury gap. For the world. Sam you probably just got some overuse repetitive. Trauma? Stacking would imagine you're stacking and reaching out maybe reaching overhead. I would guess you irritated a ten in your rotator cuff. Okay. Let's talk about the rotator cuff. We've talked about a lot better is four muscles or four tenants that reach out and grab that ball of your humorous or upper arm bone and hold it into the socket of your scapula. Okay. This shoulders a ball and socket joint. It has a ton of mobility. You can do things with your shoulder that you can't do it the other joints 'cause the mobility, but because of the mobility you lack stability, and what gives the the joint the stability, those rotator cuff muscles, and then we call you Pierce gap in her muscles. He was stacking would lifting twisting turning reaching overhead probably irritated and created a super spy nita's tendonitis slash impingement. Meaning that when Sam reach is up above ninety gets his arms over his head. He's in pinging that superstars ten underneath a little bony prominence called the chromium. Which is right there off the scapula. All this stuff would make sense of I had anatomy book, and I could show you right now. But he's got some tendonitis with possible impingement. And again, I'm a big fan of modified activity avoid anything that hurts you need to work on some strengthening we talked about the tubing exercises. They're looking up. It's called the throwers ten you can get some small thera- tube or some surgical tubing, and you can work out there and put some ice on it and just watch your activity. Okay. Eddie mentioned that rotator cuff we've talked about it on several different occasions. What about something like, and because recently, I was pretty convinced. I had a torn rotator cuff and went to see the doctor, and he thought it was probably more symptomatic of. Biceps tendinitis? So there's a different part of the shoulder. If you're feeling rotator Cup pain. Maybe like on top just slightly to the back, or is it well rotator cuff pain, if you have a rotator cuff tear, depend on the size, generally, speaking, rotator, cuff, tears are painful, and there's a lot of night pain. A lot of weakness if you have a tear in your cuff. Yeah, it's gonna be really painful. But also, you're going to have some weakness, meaning sometimes these patients Kane hold armed or by the side for an extensive period of time it just drops. But my my experience with a cuff tear has been night pain and pain tendinitis rotator cuff tendonitis, you're talking about bicep tendonitis, which is real in a real close area to where the cuff is the biceps tendon runs up in the front and biceps tendonitis is going to be right in the front of the shoulder. You can almost pal paid it or touch it. And it's super tender, but it's Guinness. It's tendinitis inflammation of the tendon the biceps tendon, versa, rotator cuff tendons, they're all they're all tendons. Right. They're all moving shoulder moving the arm. Okay. I've unfortunately learned about a lot more about this than I ever cared. Thanks for your question. Sam and if you'd like to get one to us questions there, I R G P T dot com. And maybe have somebody help you stack that would next time. Dr Thomas chief for proliant orthopedic and sports medicine went to Harvard Medical School board certified orthopedic surgeon. We're gonna be talking about the Jones fracture. What is it? We'll let you know. And also later the show Dr Carlos potato peripheral artery disease, he's a vascular surgeon from polyclinic. It's all coming up as we welcome. You to another edition of IOT, physical therapy sell talk. They threw.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"And I just can't do what you to to those look at that time. Again. I I was doing a stunt. I just did a movie with Anthony Mackie. I was doing a stunt and my arm got caught in the guy's jacket, and he went that way. And my body went that way. Did you get it repaired? It's it's it's torn it's nice as the not the by roll up. So basically the tendon that connects to Mike rotator cuff tour. Okay. I couldn't like two months. I couldn't do that. They say if you could turn a key you state like if I would have got this fix. It's more cosmetic. Right. So I'd hold like that on my right side. Right. But you can't think some week I turn around. He's like. Yeah. I get a fixed now. Nah. I don't think. So to that ship has sailed. What is it goes my one submission in the U of C because I didn't pull out of that fine. I gotta try uncle my leg. Where does it? Go though. When the muscle rolls out. Disappear like certain. It's like a curtain stays connected to the one. Where is it? Now. Like, meaning like, your left arm is so big what is your what is it there? I know dude. I don't see. I don't do. Biceps? Anyway, I just do like push ups and stuff. So I don't. Yeah. It's not like bothers me. Equinoxes guy's biceps do some biceps. I do I do if you show the guns. Komo like pea shooters. Did you like trading in rolling in the ghee? Do a lot without Deke or I was when I started training team ninety would Hickson just key. There was no you didn't train without a gay was gay. But I was in Brazil to one of the we went to six places the last place, one of the places was Brazil. I was in the fa Velez of the I was with Mario the and Marilo. Yeah. I love that guy in that bad, but something happened causing Gracie. I was there. I was with Hobson Gracie. Do you? Remember, wait, hops, wait Hopson, which is. Volley? I was I was with him at the beach where Hicks in fought smack who go in the face. And then me and who don't they fought in this? We rolled around at the beach where him and Hickson had that famous fight because he's Lucia libra. Then we went to then we went to to. Oh, my God Hickson other brother, Geoff Hoyle or not. Bob. We went back to to to. His Joe where where Hicks and and and and what's his name went in and fought again. It was a that was that was in the Favila for. Yes. Yeah. Well back in the day. And I've talked about it before on here. The Luther Lee Ray and the jitsu guys had like hated each fierce rivalry street fights that was one of the fight street. Kevin cater connett here. Yeah. He's finally what's up. How are you? Hey, good. How you doing good, man? Are you in Canada at the moment? Yes, I am. And how you feeling. I feel great. And and do it to do. What's that? I feel great. I'm ready to go out Saturday night. And do what I do all into it. I do. Okay. Sorry. Could like how do you handle the prefight? Is there a ritual you go through or are you pretty are you pretty loose or their things you have to do. No. I'm pretty loose, man. I usually go with the flow. I try not to be too dependent on anyone thing. People got like lucky cups mouth guards shit like that. You know, if you forget that Cup at home. You know, what I mean all these little ass things. I just I'm easy. I wrote that and go with the flow until fight night. And and it's what we've done every day in preparation. Wade Boggs chicken. And it was like, well, that's great. But the first time it doesn't work. How do you ever believe in that ritual again? Yeah. Yeah. I don't I don't I don't not the biggest fan of the rich like the rituals and things maybe after the fight. You know, I always go get a nice pasta cutlets at the same part. But that's it. Yeah. No long goes like that. I don't believe in that poll. Shitty. The lucky shirt shoes. Lucky socks much. Have good people my corner just to keep the vibrate. I'd like to it's all about the vibe..
"rotator cuff" Discussed on KTOK
"Right here on News Radio one thousand K T. Okay. Happier. Joining us every single week. You know, some of the worst things you can hear, you know, you've got knee pain and the duck says, okay, we've run the tests you've got bone on bone. Meaning you have no cushion whatsoever. The cartilage has just gone. So you've got bone on bone. The best thing that we can do total knee replacement leads just so frustrating to hear that or something else rotator, whatever it is a lot of you have been told that surgery is the only answer for the stuff. That's that you're dealing with. And Dr Brian Frank is here to say, well, maybe not touch Brian Frank is up in Edmond. Every Genesis health up on sixty five south saints boulevard, and Edmond, and doc, how often do you meet with somebody who originally were taught was told. Hey, you need surgery for this. And you say, well, maybe not. Well that happens tile almost every day. But certainly every week. Wow. That's one of the things, you know. I say this also spending thirty years in the operating room as an anesthesiologist. It's a great place to work. It's fun. It's exciting. But you really don't wanna go there. If you don't have to. You know, the the surgeons are going to say, well, you know, a high probability, you're going to do really well, but you know, obviously, you can't guarantee that, but, you know, one of the real factors nowadays that we have we didn't have ten fifteen thirty years ago is, you know, the the bacteria or so resistant now, so Mercer and other resistant bacteria. It's it's just about as common now coming from day surgery center is it is from the intensive care unit in the hospital. So yes, that ought to give us some pause to say, well, let me think about this water some conservative alternatives surgery for the things you mentioned. And and what you mentioned are the number one two and three things that I see in my integrative pain. Brag. Okay, one are they again in case implements that news worn out knees, which is just degenerative arthritis. It's wear and tear that cartilages warns Dan, maybe even bone on bone. The second is back problem. Uh-huh. Lower bulging, ruptured disked things like that. And then the third is shoulder issues like rotator cuff impingement and so. As we were prepared. I was just thinking back over the last really over the last week or two I've had patients come in that we're all told whether it was the me the back shoulder. Well, we just need to take the operating room. And you know, I told the patients I said, okay. Understand. You've got a great surgeon, but he was trying to operate. He's not trained thirty five years in the integrative approaches. He's trying to operate. So he's not a bad guy. He just he's he's looking at it from one point of view. And he says the only thing we can do as operate. What that means is the only thing he can do as operate. So what's one of the variety of stem cell therapies, we literally regenerate healthy tissue? So in the knees, we regenerate healthy cartilage as those stem cells flood in and and mature to become new cartilage cells and and act problems. You know, the thing gets overlooked as an anesthesia pain specialist in certain as we look at disks and vertebra nurse pension so forth, but what's missing in that equation there the ligaments that support the spine, and that's a wonderful thing for prolotherapy or stem cell therapy to regenerate strong, healthy support for the low back and take pressure off those. Discs and learn and so forth and then with rotator cuff or other shoulder problems. Again, we're doing a prolotherapy as the original stem cell therapy. Awesome. Say the original stem cell therapy, one tenth of the price because we're using plastic chromotherapy solutions that stimulate the patient's very own stem cells. We're not having to recruit them even from platelet rich plasma, although I'm certified in that. And that's a great therapy. But it's much more expensive because of the technology, and and this nursing staff and so forth. That's required them, and then the new very contemporary stem cell therapies, where whether those stills are harvested from bone marrow from fat or from amniotic fluid or cord blood or those are real expensive procedures. So classic prolotherapy. We use a solution that stimulates the patients very own stem cells to come in to each of these areas. We're talking about him literally regenerate healthy structure. See I think that I think of it as stem cells for the rest of us. You know, if you've got an infinite supply of money, you're sitting on a giant stack, you know, you might have plenty of options, and yet even if that is you prolotherapy being effective. You know, the fact that it's one tenth of the price of regular stem cell therapy. If you have plenty of money, you know, that's not the issue. But. Effectiveness wise, it is right there comparable with anything else out there. Or is that an overstatement is that pretty true? Yeah. I think that's a very valid statement. Whether you're looking at classic crow therapy as original stem cell therapy. Or you're looking at P R, the platelet rich plasma where we extract the stem cells and the plasma from the patient's own blood, so Sharon tissue, but because of the technology and the staff and so forth. It's required. You're looking at three or four times the price and then this new stem cell therapy from where they Dirac, you know, deroga- from variety of sources extremely expensive. But they all have a very high success rate somewhere around eighty to eighty five eighty to ninety percent success rate. All so let me ask you this. Then you're certified to do all of this. And let's just take prolotherapy versus PRP platelet rich plasma to common therapies, both very effective. Is there every time when you would say to a patient, you know, in your particular case, I think PRP is the better choice. I mean is there. I just don't know because they're so comparable. I'm wondering if there's ever a difference. Well, if the patient really wants to spend three or four times the money, then we can give them that option that we let them know that, you know, historically, and we're talking for many decades, they success rate is comparable between those two choices. It always surprises me we hear about. Professional athletes that they'll fly to Boston or San Francisco or somewhere like that and get the newest himself therapy, and they spend literally thousands upon thousands of dollars for a few hundred or so that they could get their treatments done right here in Oklahoma City metro area, you know, so I. Choice in there. And they're making those choices given the information. They have that's true. And that's the thing stem cells are hot right now. And you see these stem cell clinics opening up everywhere. And there's also this weird thing that happens with people where if it's more expensive in their minds that equals better. Right. I mean, sometimes that is how people judge these things. And of course, when they go to these high level expensive clinics, and it's tens of thousands of dollars, and they have millions in the Bank. They're thinking that they're well. You know, my doctor tells me that this particular therapy. Well, of course, your doctor does that's what that's what he does. And that's where he makes his money you have options, Dr Frank, and it's nice that you care about the rest of us who maybe don't have infinite resources, but we are in infinite pain right now. And so if you're dealing with bone on bone degenerative discs wrote. Tator cuff your pain, it's miserable. And you're probably already taking the ultra Kerr. But this is something that's actually anatomical where you have to regenerate tissue. This is this is the type of therapy that we're talking about. And there is a way to actually regenerate tissue with only about three minutes left. Let's say that I'm bone on bone. Is there a timeframe, I know everybody's different dock. So I I'm not holding you to it. But a general timeframe before people go, whoa. I'm feeling better. Now. Yeah. Great question. What what we would typically say and really the same would hold true. Whether it's knees or back or shoulder or maybe tennis, elbow or or ankle problems. Whatever is we know that as we go through a series of four treatments. Those are a couple of weeks apart maybe two to four weeks apart by the time we do four treatments about eighty to eighty five percent of people have made significant recovery. And in fact, might already be done in three or four treatments. Average number treatments is probably five or six, but you're looking at over a period of weeks regenerating healthy structure, and and, you know, healthy joints. No hurt. Well, and this is the thing in my own case. I've I've I've threatened you that I'm coming and I'm going to get this done. And for me for me. I jacked up my knees, you know, years ago, and at various times it I I kept reinsuring them. It's not bone on bone to me. That's great because I don't want to wait till it is bone on bone, and it takes longer, and it's more painful, and you know, all the stuff to me in my particular case where I'm having pain every now, and then and sometimes it's persistent pain, and I do want to have a regenerative approach. I take all trucker you work with the guys adultery Kerr. So I know that you give that yourself. But sometimes you just have to regenerate the tissue altogether for a full on approach and for somebody like me. Who look it's not radically bad to me. That's a great time to do it before it does get radically bad on the other hand. If you've waited waited waited. And it's maybe it's because your doctor said, well, it's a full knee replacement. And maybe you don't have insurance. Maybe you do. But the timing's not right. For for those of you who do need radical approach. Why not make an appointment with Dr Brian Frank see if you are a proper candidate for prolotherapy or PRP if you wanna spend more, but he can do he can do whatever you need. But this is something that is going to be a tenth of the price of anything that you're seeing out there..
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"And so if you've got like a torn ligament, anywhere, there's a potential for that to be painful as you know of your shoulders bearing the weight of your arm. And so when you're coming to those stops, it's kind of feeling that under Shah and there's a lot of technique with your arms in Annetta breaks with you. Keep them tied quick. Yeah, there's a ton. Yeah. And the other thing that I would say is, you know, this is kind of a hobby. Issue, whatever Jeffrey was probably very, very Medicated when he was playing on this torn rotator cuff, right? And I don't know if that's, you know, just generally like slowing this Dems, right? It's like it's just like lowering your sensitivity or whatever, but 'cause he's playing injured. There's a lot going on with him, right? As kind of the general thing we can say. I think he looks. I would just say, I think more explosive is the best way to say. I think we, when he's dropping his hips when he's coming out, looks very, very sharp. I mean, so we talked about this a little bit when we were discussing how exciting to seek God or in the offense got was not nearly as feature. He was in the offense for a decent Mattis naps at very comfortable with that. But we, we're talking about this. We said, what's Al Sean kinda gets added into this team into the system. It's really going to come very difficult to cover. And the reality of that is demonstrated in these kind of that touchdown where where I'll show was one. The receivers in in a few bunch set and then the long throw silent throw. He was one of the receivers in three bunch set them in touchdown. He was just a receiver to the trip side, right? But now you're pretty much you're gonna put a guy like Dallas gutter or Zakar on the backside here in a force attention to go to him inside, just throw away, sort of backside isolated, and then you've gotta galore earth's slash Qatar and Jeffrey all to a trip side that's very, very difficult to deal with. Right. Any see that because now you're getting alshon matched up against Malcolm Butler a good NFL corner in one on one situations that he regularly one right into. That's how formation plus having the talent to win one on one match ups. You know, even when you're not beautifully scheming guys open with a credible route concepts. Once you can force defense in one on one situations, having a talent like alshon Jeffery versus say, like Jordan Mathews earth Kamar Aken it changes the face of your offense because when you're in a third in four back because your own ends situation this, we have. High percentage play whenever we want it, it's that man were in seventeen while I'll tell you this from twelve and thirteen personnel, and you know having Al Sean out there as that, that wide receiver in those situations and Goddard as the second tight end and every now on that very rare. But every now and then there was Josh Perkins from twelve and thirteen personnel. They ran it forty percent of the time. Seven point nine, seven yards per play, fifty percent success rate that's two point, four, five, your higher than with.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"I can't take you home right now. Honey. C-section section. I mean, I don't think he respects. I don't know. Recovery time, but the c. section it's if you feel to thing, I'll be more frayed to hurt Bank. I mean, you hit your open. You have to heal major, major major. We're gonna chill off, do should we tell them what we're doing? The what? Are we doing member that thing that you said you're going to get me for Christmas only to help work on intimacy? Do I know? But now you have to. So there buddy of this idea is really sweet. And since intimacy is something I'm trying to work on and get better. Appreciate that you even are wanting to try. And perfect timing. Ladies and gentlemen, Bobby. Hey, mike. Okay. So you texted me this morning. Utech semi me this morning saying that you hurt your rotator cuff. I did not say publicly. I don't wanna be the gun in the show that's injured. I was injured the second link. I don't wanna be that God. Okay, fine. So you're not that guy, but do you know why Michael goes? Probably because the rushing celebrating. Air part of it, you'd never all that adrenaline pumping? Yeah, I mean, and then did you see, did you watch Bobby on the show and then his the after part, like with his celebrating the solar Tori dance. I mean, I think you, I mean, you literally pumped your arm so much that you probably tore your arm out about torture, arm out. Still a real arm. But my thing is and I think as an athlete, Mike, you'll know this not that I'm an athlete, but you you probably the same thing is that you don't want to always be injured because when you're really injured, they're going, oh, come on, you're the injured guy. So I had a tooth knocked loose and practice. And now I have a slight little. We'll just call it a little Jibril rotator cuff and I don't want them. I don't want them to know that because I can't be the guy that's hurt because if I do hurt myself, then it's, oh, always hurt again. So and I and I went to the doctor and I can manage this because it's not something that I just just pain pain work. And then over. I'll get fixed much like a football season there, things that you don't to fix the end of the season. 'cause I'm comparing me to NFL player right now. I will say after witnessing what Janna went through what two years ago and schedule a newfound respect for dancers in general. And you guys on that show. So don't short side yourself because. Done one episode of Mike. Thank you. For about three weeks, how many hours a day, a lot of hours. All of a sudden. I mean, 'cause that's like when I tore my intercostal muscles, the second week, you're not, you're doing moves your body doesn't even know like how to move this way. And that went all of a sudden you're being thrust into being a professional dancer violent men? Yes. Non like Jazzercise when the mall slowly going side to side, it's like, okay, welcome to go who? Yeah. Partner Sharma. And so she's like now go and she's she's hard, right? Yeah. Day one, she actually pulled my scrotum completely off, so it's a whole, I know. Yes, tough. It's a tough tough. A lot of a dancer, but I believe they're all..
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Facebook Twitter Instagram Email few things I live tweet, during the show. I haven't yet but I do I've read, some, of your comments on. Twitter So I knew, that the audio. Wasn't perfect I believe that it's fixed now I don't really pay much attention to Facebook during the show other than to send out a Facebook message. Telling you the guest is going to be what. We're talking about. An Instagram that's if you want me to. Tear rotator cuff it turns out Okay why would anybody write me torn rotator cuff I am not sure maybe they think they're helping they don't want you to tear one and they thought you were doing it wrong. I've been in the gym in my life for. Twenty years now Not quite twenty about. Eighteen eighteen, I've been doing my shoulders like that, for that, many years if I. Didn't. Hear what yet I don't think it's gonna. Happen tomorrow because I'm. Doing it the way you. Don't forget should be doing it but I do post these videos and again if. You don't want to post them hey ego I'm not gonna lie Yeah Good shape for an old. Guy The second reason is I really do think that people who are in their forties or fifties or even older sixty seventies can see that it can be done and maybe it'll motivate. Them. And I can take it always it always fulfils me, because I get somebody like yesterday somebody said because of you, doing this back in the gym There's nothing wrong with, that so stop telling you to tear rotator cuff it's route Homing nice bowl. Sounds like Nobody such did you do what did you do before that as if I walked into the gym in one, set of, shoulders and left you know. This is going to happen. They, just gotta hate on. Yeah a. Little bit Little bit of hate it was a long way so again instrument it's at Joe talk show at Joe talk show on Twitter Joe talk show on Facebook but again I generally speaking during the show is on Twitter and I had this one. Guy who keeps them riding? On Facebook about how he's going to annihilate the debate and can't wait to to call in and Shelby the, light because, I dare to block people. On Twitter who have resisted. Resistance, in their profiles Okay The he swears that I've blocked those people. Are I do when I see. Them I don't go around looking for resistant resistance, people but I blocked them because I can't debate with. Them So because I'm afraid to debate, I, block them that's obviously somebody who doesn't know. You or has listened to your. Other guy threatened to kill me or beat me, up or something if I just fly to his airport Oh wow okay I don't know what. His, airport. Is Did the FBI is just..
"rotator cuff" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Instagram Email things I live tweet during the. Show I haven't yet but I do I've read some of your comments, on Twitter So I knew, that the audio. Was imperfect I believe that it's fixed now I don't really pay much attention to Facebook during the show other than to send out a Facebook message telling. You the guest is going to be and what. We're talking about. An Instagram that's if you want me to. Tear rotator cuff it turns up Carey why would anybody right me torn rotator cuff I am not sure maybe they think they're helping you they don't want. You to tear one and they thought you were. Doing it wrong I've been in the gym in my life for twenty years now Not quite twenty about eighteen, eighteen I've been doing my shoulders, like that for that many years if I didn't tear one yet I don't think it's going to happen tomorrow because. I'm doing it the way you don't get, should be doing it but, I, do, post these videos and. Again you don't wanna post them hey ego I'm not gonna lie Of course I've got, an ego and under pretty, good, shape, for an old guy The second reason is I really do think that people who are in their forties or fifties or even. Older sixty seventies can see. That it can be done and maybe it'll motivate them, I can take it always it always fulfils me because I. Get someone, like yesterday somebody said because of you doing this back in the gym There's nothing wrong, with that so stop telling you Tara rotator cuff it's rude Oh. I'm just It's, not nice Bowl sounds like Nobody sets? Did you do what did you do before that as if I walked, into the gym one set of, shoulders and, left you know that's just. Going to happen they just gotta hate on your little bit little. Bit of hate it was. A long, way, so again Instagram it's. Actually talk show talk, show on Twitter Joe talk, show on, Facebook but again, I generally speaking we're going to talk to me during the show, is on Twitter and I had this one guy who keeps on be on Facebook about how he's going to annihilate knee in a debate and can't wait. To call it and Shelby the light because I dare to block people on Twitter who have resisted resistance in. Their profiles Okay The he swears that I've blocked those people. Are I do when I see. Them I don't go around looking for resistant resistance, people but I blocked them because I can't debate with. Them So because I'm afraid to debate I block them It's obviously somebody who does it new you or has listened to your own other guy threatened to kill me or beat me up, or something if I just fly, into his airport Oh wow okay I. Don't I don't know what his airport I did Right The FBI is just getting a string of emails from you. Lately so there you. Go what are your three, eight, three,.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seventy two seventy five dr singer is giving free consultations and that's the thing we need to ask questions and then we can find out that there is someone who is actually practicing this and getting amazing results and in fact i'd like to bring up the fact that our own our own wabc family member curtis leila i know he's had issues with his arm i have been i've seen him here for years walking down the hallway and he he he would be throwing his arm around his shoulder and rubbing it in rubbing it in rubbing a he was in constant pain and i heard recently on some of the ads the he has had the treatment the stem cell treatment give us a little inside to what helped curtis well he had rotator cuff wrote an old rotator cuff injury and most of the time rotator cuff injuries involved sending out or partial tears in the in the tendon that forms a cuff around around the bone that attached to the rest of your body known as the shoulder and what happens is it's an inflammatory process okay sometimes the joints and baba most of the time it's it's like a tendonitis and it just doesn't seem to go away well if you checked stem cells into that area within a relatively short time you can get relief of the inflammation and inflammation is mostly what causes pain you know people don't understand that it's it's not a physical thing that causes pain it's the inflammatory process which is our natural process in our body where our own cellular immunity tries to heel something but.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in "good spirits" after heart surgery
"In two thousand fifteen maine's elver industry is poised for high prices because of a poor harvest in asia heart surgery couldn't stop the terminator seventy year old arnold schwarzenegger had a scheduled procedure to replace the pulmonary valve on thursday he was in stable condition on friday the operation was necessary to replace a valve that had originally been installed in nineteen ninety seven four a congenital heart defect and open heart surgery team was ready during the procedure but arnold spokesman said their presence wasn't unusual in these kind of circumstances we all know arnold's a tough guy and he's got the hospital bills to prove it in addition to his heart ailments schwarzenegger had a motorcycle crash in two thousand one that left him with several broken ribs he's had a hip replaced and he had rotator cuff surgery in two thousand and three a handful of marijuana friendly states want a meeting with us attorney general jeff sessions marijuana is illegal at the federal level even as twenty nine states have legalized pot in some form state treasurer's from california oregon illinois and pennsylvania told sessions in a letter that businesses and banks need greater clarity on how federal law enforcement will respond to the growing legalization trend for example a shortage of banking services and california's emerging pot industry is seen as a major obstacle to developing a thriving regulated marketplace legal pot sales.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in "good spirits" after heart surgery
"Time i need something i'm shopping at total wine and more heart surgery couldn't stop the terminator seventy year old arnold schwarzenegger had a scheduled procedure to replace a poem onyx valve on thursday he was in stable condition on friday the operation was necessary to replace a valve that had originally been installed in nineteen ninety seven four a congenital heart defect an open heart surgery team was ready during the procedure but arnold spokesman said their presence wasn't unusual in these kind of circumstances we all know arnold's a tough guy and he's got the hospital bills to prove it in addition to his heart ailments schwarzenegger had a motorcycle crash in two thousand one that left him with several broken ribs he's had a hip replaced and he had rotator cuff surgery in two thousand three the widow of the former head of the h j heinz company has died drew hines was one hundred three she was known for her philanthropy and longtime support of the literary arts she was the widow of h j heinz the second who served as ceo of the company founded by his grandfather she was also the stepmother of john heinz a us senator from pennsylvania who was killed in a nineteen ninetyone plane crash joe hines endowed a literature prize at the university of pittsburgh and was closely involved in the endowments initiative to develop pittsburgh's heinz hall in nineteen seventy it's okay for an iowa man to say his hometown smells like rancid dog food sibley iowa.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Be but the main purpose is to take care of pain so i would say that rotator cuff which evolved in the shoulder mine seems to have this um mythology about it and they may not be met the maybe fact but but that it is the worst rehab possible it is the longest most arduous and most painful so chiasso how much of that is based in fact that would pose you know somebody like bob to say no mother was pretty healthy and i'd rather be the whole if i can be hole but you know i'm not sure it's worth it and obvious can't be worth it if there's so much negative people don't say that so much about knees and much less of even a bad hips and by today um i i keep it rail as a doctor shoulder surgery hurts rotator cuff surgery it hearts and it hurts for a couple of weeks than after those weeks than you're stiff but the the prognosis here is that we get you back strength we get you back him range of motion and so it is a i say a one year journey that we take with the patient but if you were able to do your everyday activities such as golfing such as cleaning up around the house without pain cleaning of rim houses hayward activity every day in my household i don't know but i got to clean up after my has them the ironing ann dowd everyone knows there lane but if if you're able to do you know eighty to ninety percent of your daily activities without pain there is no need for me to cut on you it's the relations that come to my office in and can't only going under the do my rehab exercises were of frank with the super synodic with you you've got it absolutely you might just have to accept a handicapped and gulf that's all yet again right all right so bob what we didn't really we i think we i hopefully we help create yeah at least a chance to have a conversation about it i very much appreciate your call for help you take care quite like you and with that we're going to go to break and we're going to come back and and cover more i think we'll probably focus a little bit more in spine is we returned take a few more calls stay with us.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"The solution is you've got to shoot him in the head get a shot him in the head that's really seems like we have done antonio but those rotator cuff sir tricky in seeing a lot of people miss the whole season with the rotator cuff issue and johan santana was never the same after that so i really think you've gotta watch out with that drug on santana to trigger you with all the mets fandom rob i'm sorry to mention pitching injuries yeah what are you tonight for bronze to comeback we hadn't seen him at all and here he was really got all bulk of the screen time tonight he did and did you think for a minute that we might be seeing the end of prime i thought we build into that yet yeah i'd be like that we are in the point in the game where we are losing the sort of like secondtier players with all due respect through a broader the black water and i felt like that this is like others will be a good spot to lose braun really surprised that he ends up walking away from this yeah i mean the fact of the matter is the whole episode brought and jamie were kind of going back and forth about what jamie's gonna o'brien now that all when all of this is over because he took bronze out of the castle with lally stoke worth or the they're the plan that brian had to ascend there and he's drag brought out to the road he's paying him goal bridge they're gonna have to give braun kings landing at the end of this aren't they rob well i thought that the it was you a interesting a depiction with all of the conversation that jamie and bronett had over the years about what you're gonna all me what castle you're going to own the and how much how much debt braun or how much debt jamie is into a braun and then as soon as all of the crap started going down with the rock though throwback ye those gold coins spilled out of the bag and they were very much secondary tonight antonio.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"All right my pleasure to be here give me the athlete if he calls right now that you would have to hang up the phone on me what uh they know what kind of couple iran i'm a carport late wednesday and from to tell a whipped taken calls though you know one of my big deals and sports medicine it is a availibility answer the telephone well i wanted to have the on i know that you did drew brees his shoulder surgery years ago when he got hurt but quarterbacks in general when it comes to these surgery she got andrew lock who did you did not operate on and cam newton who i don't believe you operated on either they're coming back from torn lebron roman i think rotator cuff i it feels like the shoulder is still something that we're not quite sure what you're what you're going to get when you have that surgery where it feels like we perfected the knee surgery you do elbows knees and shoulders which one's the toughest one to handicap with how somebody will come out of it when i walk in a room and saying overhead throwing apellate and if it could alcohol i'm relate dip it's the shoulder i'm worried so we still have a long way to go with the throwing felber relative to evan to operate on him and and get them well into the ailing response to how long it takes them to come back is like the rainbow it's all over the place seldom but the big thing about to shelve or he can't rush him.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The website and find someone in your area are networks growing every single day pretty excited about that to be able to give you the help that you need right now going to the phones and we'll go to jake high jake are there are my voice and also shoulder but iraq all ran into the war her car rurikov now feel like you're going arthritic on me it firm thing a federal have all notion the motion itself is is going down if that's the case let me just were there because the rotator cuff first of all the muscles assists muscles as what we call them and the the little tiny have very easy to injure if arranging motions going down two things one there's a low level cold press laser that's fennell called laser that's phenomenal at the healing process really great if it's just acccused as strain it's not a tear then you talk to you physical therapist about that about laser therapy in credible the results are getting phenomenal results with with a lot of the athletes a pro athlete orthopedics resilient now in house and very inexpensive but very proficient at what it can do for the healing process now using choose you want for the connective tissue to be able to be great you want to look at a lot of the antioxidants vitamin c is always kind of in an old school but a good for a new and highly roddick acid big one to look at how laurent gas it's phenomenal for connective tissue in a lot of doctors getting great results were the natural pass nutritionist all getting great results of high laurent gas it's great for the skin to but it's great results with all the connective tissues specially when you've had some sites type of injury at any level your omega3 fatty going to be important on fats at any level the good healthy ones omega3s sixes in nines in your overall diet plays a big role in the recovery process and of course keep moving in your pt you're probably tell you that but keep the motion going in the shoulder last thing you want to do is just totally relaxing to do nothing if there's no tear in.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"A big johnson fire department teeshirt says find him hot leave him wet and nothing swimming shoes but yet settler those on rotator cuff no river shoot those that you didn't allow you to walk on like rocks christie they're mad this is ron which iraqi rivers can hill straps the velcro surrounding cristaldo exile us skeletal and they have all the fbi t share that female godley for sure and a guy cleary visor crashes into sunglasses but imagine like words on as he drove purposefully enroll vinduer closed convenience store to get beer how drunk are you two like to be to be that desperate for it to come up with the plan ryan to go through 'cause you're not like two beers in 10 years how dish are your friends that didn't believe you'd go get some of your can do it all there at low oil lows lows durga you thought you on toxin your no ally and the only thing is a horrible yeah we're just tell you the whole beard he's not going to go it follows fuss three all right now no one i told hillary drinks over my dear watch this year we're going to get it no doesn't pales on for graf pants on put on shit and guess what i'm a drive right through the fucking front door i look clothe no the closed three our pussies no no no no not we're not media here in here knowing i drink we're we're going to drink we are not get drink weird read some of his beer we aren't really going to go eight minutes no going at you an eight minutes out credible evidence like that and door matzek that bet i'll give beer i'll be back here in eight min i'll take that bet don't wait how can a go do crashed through the door now bed bet that at eight eight was a times three five aliyahia y'all oh me that prevents do is you know that this conversation continued even when euro owning a car without percent the i can't gonna tell me john it tell me tell me i'm app 24 hours growth six minutes be are going to pay for itself gotta tell mice at eight dollars eighty eight each rocky river police.
"rotator cuff" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Back to football here let's talk about some quarterback news is actually not a transaction but it's a big story all the seems to find you're right you're wheelhouse here kim newton had what is sort of a layman's terms described as partial rotator cuff surgery what's the skinny on his return in a timely right well field the news came out a little bit ago but the surgery actually just happened last week on march thirty if in fact this week with the very beginning of cam newton's rehab programme following this partial rotator cuff repair up a little bit of background i think uh the question when the news happened was why did the team wait so long and system portent understand that when the season ends there is a period where this guy played with that injury for several weeks and was able to throw wasn't any worse for it to give the player the offseason to start to rest to try and rehabilitate it because the last thing you want to do with the thrower is operate if you don't have to he went through the early part of the offseason programme began the strengthening no issues but when he got back into the offseason throwing he started to have pain the panthers had a time line they had a drop dead date if you will when he was having discomfort at that point decision was made to proceed with surgery this is uh something they do not expect to linger into the season at about twelve weeks he'll be able to throw the medical staff few weeks later he'll be able to throw with teammates and the goal is to ramp up his activity over the course of training camp get him into preseason games.