The AC or acromio-clavicular joint is the joint between the clavicle (collar bone) and scapula (shoulder blade). It is commonly injured by falling and landing on the point of the shoulder, or landing on an outstretched hand. There are three ligaments which keep the clavicle attached...

As people age, the capsule and ligaments around the shoulder stiffen resulting to decreased flexibility in their shoulders. This lack of flexibility can sometimes cause problems around the shoulder (commonly bursitis and tendon wear) because of a lack of space for the structures to move....

Challenges and rewards of developing and commercialising a physiotherapy product. Interview with Margie Olds Margie was recently interviewed by Dr Daniel O'Brien, current president of NZMPA, on the challenges of developing and commercialising the Flawless Motion shoulder braces. Click on the link to listen to the interview...

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