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New Flawless Motion Ambassador

Posted by Margie Olds on

Flawless Motion is proud to sponsor our latest athlete- Jono Hickey   Jono Hickey has recently started with the Otago Highlanders. And from the look of these photos, you can't even see his brace! All the best for the season Jono :)  

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Brodie's Back in Black

Posted by Margie Olds on

What a comeback!. Great to have Brodie back and black and proud to support him with a little bit of blue.  And then what a great tackle!  And great play.! Obviously some great training and preparation . Congratulations

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Buenos Aires ICSET conference 2019

Posted by Margie Olds on

The 6th International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Therapist is held together with the 14th International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. It has been a great opportunity to present my research papers and discuss treatments with international surgeons and shoulder therapists.

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The rugby shoulder

Posted by Margie Olds on

Types of injuries in rugby Some research by Juliana Usman and colleagues (1) looked at videos of rugby shoulder injuries from 2005 to 2010 in Super Rugby matches.The most common injury was to the AC Joint - and dislocations to the AC Joint resulted in the most time away from the game. To learn more about ACJ injuries click here. If you need a brace for an AC Joint injury, check our our AC Joint brace. Usman and colleagues identified two main mechanisms of shoulder injury. where there was impact with the ground, when the arm was across the body...

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How long does it take to recover from a dislocated shoulder?

Posted by Margie Olds on

The time frame for recovery from a shoulder dislocation is really determined by the damage that is caused during a dislocation. In some case the amount of pathology is minimal. Then return to sport can happen within a few weeks. To learn more about the damage that can occur when a shoulder is dislocated, check out our blog here.

Typically, if there is minimal damage to the shoulder, a person can return to sport within a few weeks. This is usually how long it takes for the swelling to settle and for them to regain range of motion and strength.

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