Professional Baseball Pitchers Get Tendonitis
Way Too Much
For No Good Reason

Professional Baseball Pitchers Get Tendonitis WAY TOO MUCH!

Let me say right of the bat (excuse the necessary pun) that I am not a big baseball fan.

I don't watch much tv in the first place, and I'm not like a lot of my guy friends that can talk about the topic for hours.

Having said that, I do keep my eye on the news and the Major League Baseball lists of injured players because....

I am fascinated at how many pitchers end up with various tendonitis injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder.

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Actually, it doesn't amaze me. It is not at all surprising, due to the mechanics of the human body and the requirements of professional level pitching, and the system in place that attempts to deal with injury.

In and of itself, throwing a baseball is no big deal.

Throwing a baseball hundreds of times at full velocity....that can cause issues over time, and of course is a factor in why Professional Baseball Pitchers Get Tendonitis.

And why little league pitchers get Shoulder Tendonitis and Elbow Tendonitis.

And why high school pitchers get it.

And why college pitchers get it.

What Surprises Me About The Injuries That Baseball Pitchers Suffer

The Major League Baseball teams are not short on cash. They have some money behind them.  Hundreds and hundreds of millions.  

They can hire the 'best' of the best.

And yet, on a daily basis in the news I see reports of pitchers getting put on the injured reserve list, made to sit out and rest, sent to surgery, and ending their careers because of elbow tendonitis, wrist tendonitis, tendonitis in their fingers and hands, and shoulder cuff tendonitis.

The thing that amazes and surprises me about all those pitching injuries is that they are TOTALLY AVOIDABLE.

And relatively easy to 'heal'.  If you know how.

Even once they have pain and problem, even when a player is facing surgery, Tendonitis is totally reversible.

It's too bad professional level teams and medical staff can't prevent, avoid, or outsmart these common pitching 'injuries'.

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Know How
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I love working with athletes. It is an honor and a privilege working on top level athletes. And...their Tendonitis is just like everyone else's.

I can save them from surgery. I can save their careers. I can keep them playing pain and injury free.

Not because I'm a miracle worker. I just have the RIGHT information, and know how to do it.  

It's the human body.  It's not rocket science.

I know how, and you can know how too.


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Who's Hurting Now?

I have been following various news sources about who's injured in MLB.

The guys that are hurting, the guys facing surgery, they guys being forced out of their careers...

They wish they knew me.

If you can connect us, they'll appreciate it.

There is no good reason for them to fall to Tendonitis.

Feel free to comment, ask injury related questions about these players, and suggest anything towards helping these guys and their teams.

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