Life According To Rocky Balboa
Armed & Dangerous with the Cold Steel Brand Walkabout Walking Stick
I’d like to introduce you to my little friend! It’s a polypropylene shaft molded into the shape of a casual walking stick with a round handle. It’s constructed of the same plastic used to make handles for pickaxes. It’s heavy, hard as a rock, and damn near impossible to break. You can now walk around armed without looking like a thug. (more…)
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The Plastic Fantastic Brain: Rewiring the Mind
The Plastic Fantastic Brain is a fascinating documentary video that tells the story of 4 case studies conducted by researchers in the field of Neuroplasticity. (more…)
Bodylastics Resistance Bands
Check out my complete post on Bodylastics Stackable Resistance Bands.
Functional Anatomy of the Hand (*not for the squeamish). Drs. Robert Chase and William White from Stanford Anatomy
If you are squeamish, then skip this video. It features a severed arm and hand from a cadaver. If you didn’t just finish a meal and are curious how your arm and hand are constructed, then proceed. (more…)
Rocktape Application For Shoulder Pain
Read our post on Rocktape in the Devices & Gadgets section.
Check out Rocktape Australia’s vast collection of videos on YouTube: Rocktape Australia
Post Stroke Arm Exercises -Seated Position
Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the arm exercises one may start with someone who has had a stroke. These are performed in the seated position. (8:03)
10 Exercises for Foot Drop after Stroke, Nerve, or Muscle Damage (Weak Ankle & Foot)
“Famous” Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate 10 Exercises that can be performed in treatment of foot drop after Stroke, Nerve, or Muscle Damage (weakness of ankle and foot). (12:09)
Morning Exercise Program for Back Pain, Herniated Disc, & Sciatica
Another great video from Bob & Brad, “The Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet.” (22:15)
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Stroke Captured On Video
While driving home from work, Stacey Yepes, 49, could sense she was beginning to have a stroke. To ensure others could see what was happening to her, she pulled over, took out her smartphone and began recording. Watch to see what a minor stroke looks like as it happens. June 20, 2014. (1:22)