Heal Your Frozen Shoulder: An At-Home, Rehab Program to End Pain and Regain Range of Motion

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A comprehensive at-home rehab, strengthening, and maintenance program for recovering from and preventing frozen shoulder

Featuring step-by-step exercises complete with over 150 photos, Heal Your Frozen Shoulder guarantees that you, regardless of fitness level, can recover from and prevent further shoulder pain. The author, a medical doctor who specializes in the needs of aging patients, details the causes, symptoms, and treatment of this condition, along with simple lifestyle tweaks that can make a world of difference to sufferers. With the emphasis on proper form and gentle, effective stretching and strengthening movements, this book helps you safely and easily regain motion while avoiding injury. Plus, its exercise and workout schedules make it easy for you to achieve optimal results.
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ISBN-13: 9781612436432
ISBN-10: 1612436439
Pagini: 144
Ilustrații: 150 B&W photos
Dimensiuni: 191 x 235 x 16 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: Ulysses Press
Colecția Ulysses Press

Notă biografică

Dr. Karl Knopf, or Dr. Karl, as his students used to call him, has been involved in the health and fitness of older adults and the disabled for over 40 years. During this time he has worked in almost every aspect of the industry, from personal training and therapy to consultation.

While at Foothill College, Karl was the coordinator of the Adaptive Fitness Tech­nician Program and Life Long Learning Institute. He taught disabled students and undergraduates about corrective exercise. In addition to teaching, Karl developed the “Fitness Educators of Older Adults Association” to guide trainers of older adults. Currently Karl is a director at the International Sports Science Association and is on the advisor board of PBS’s Sit and Be Fit show.

In his spare time he has spoken at conferences, authored many articles, and written numerous books on topics ranging from water workouts to fitness therapy. He was a frequent guest on both radio and print media on issues pertaining to senior fitness and the disabled.