Assessing muscle length is not part of assessments a fitness professional would perform, nor a clinical exercise physiologist. I am sure there are differences, however, assessing muscle length it is not a measure I use with my clients.
From what I know of adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) it takes between 12-18 months to improve and at times it can take longer. Generally a physical therapist treats the individual with frozen shoulder.
Mobility is severely restricted. There is much the individual with the condition cannot ...
Spinal stenosis can be both lateral and central and is best treated by a licensed health care professional.
Intermittent claudication is classified as a peripheral vascular disease and in a fitness setting is generally treated under the supervision of a cardiologist and a clinical exercise physio...
Recognizing that I am not a physical therapist and our perspectives are very different, here are the three I would choose.
1. I would avoid any overhead activities
2. I would avoid working in the painful arc. (I am sure you know what that is).
3. I would not perform any empty cans.
I think this is a very tricky situation because we have personal trainers like Todd Durkin who teaches group fitness. He calls it boot camp. However, it would be really crazay to see Todd teach--let's say Zumba.
This is definitely outside of the scope practice according to the credential the in...