Penrose Physical Therapy
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

Rotator Cuff Repair Post-Op Protocol (Large >5cm)

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for a Large Rotator Cuff Repair. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement Post-Op Protocol

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for a Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

Rotator Cuff Open Repair Post-Op Protocol

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for an Open Rotator Cuff Repair. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

Bankart Repair Post-Op Protocol

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for a Bankart Shoulder Repair. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

Rotator Cuff Repair Post-Op Protocol (Arthroscopic)

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

Total Elbow Replacement Post-Op Protocol

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for a Total Elbow Replacement. This is a sample surgical protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your surgeon on your surgery and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Jan 2016
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

Medial & Lateral Epicondylitis Non-Surgical Protocol

Click the "read more" button to see the full protocol for Medial & Lateral Epicondylitis, non-surgical approach. This is a sample protocol that we typically use. We will always communicate with your doctor on your injury and their preferred protocol. Read More
01
Dec 2015
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

What is Kinesiotape?

You’ve seen it on TV and said to yourself “What’s the funny different colored tape on everyone?” You’ve seen it around town and on your friend at the gym. Did you know that even though it gained popularity during the last Olympic games, kinesiotape has been around since 1979? Read More
11
Nov 2015
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

Are You at Risk for Falls?

Falls, fractures and hip replacements are common problems in elderly people, due to bone loss, bone fragility and osteoporosis. Did You Know? ... Read More
07
Oct 2015
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

How Important is Your Home Exercise Program?

Your therapy visits and HEP go hand in hand and feed off of each other. Please remember this: skipping them may set back your recovery. They will help you work towards a solution and get you on your way to living the life you want: NOT being limited to doing only part of your dream. Read More
25
Sep 2015
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

10 Health Issues that Benefit from Exercise

Typically, we exercise to slim down, feel better, and ease our guilt about eating an extra cookie. As a cardiologist, I always remind my patients that including exercise in their lives can also lower blood pressure and decrease the risk of having a heart attack. But those aren’t the only potentially lifesaving effects from exercise. Here are 10 more reason to exercise — effects that go far beyond benefits for the heart — from studies published in the last year. Here are some of the surprising findings: Read More
16
Sep 2015
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

Fitting a Backpack

If you routinely experience back pain, shoulder pain, or hip pain when you carry a backpack, there’s a good chance that your backpack doesn’t fit you or that you’re not wearing it properly. This is surprisingly common among backpackers and kids returning to school. Here are a few things to check to make sure your pack is properly fitted: Read More

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