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Which is not a rotator cuff muscle?

Which is not a rotator cuff muscle?

Supraspinatus Subscapularis Teres Minor Pectoralis Minor Infraspinatus The rotator cuff muscles of the shoulders are the fine tuning muscles that ...

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Which muscle doesn't attach to the scapula?

Rhomboids Subscapularis Erector Spinae Trapezius Serratus Anterior   It is important to know which muscles move the scapula because many shoulder ...

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Golf Hacks: Exercise The Weak Muscles

Golf Hacks: Exercise The Weak Muscles

It's human nature to want to do what you do well.  That's one of the reasons why some people do ...

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Improving Your Golf: Balance Your Agonists and Antagonists

Improving your golfing power & consistency, decreasing your rate of injuries as well as lengthening your playing career will be ...

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Weak Tibialis Anterior leads to...

If your Tibialis Anterior (TA) is weak, what kinds of performance and health issues can you get?  It's a significant ...

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Improving Your Golf: Training vs. Practice

Most people realize that study is not the same as training.  It is not wise to prepare for climbing Mt. ...

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How Do Muscles Get Larger?

How Do Muscles Get Larger?

Primarily by A) Increasing the number of muscle fibers (cells) B) Increasing the size of the the muscle fibers C) ...

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Customize Your Golf Training

History If you are looking to excel in any field, the bar for what is needed to attain excellence is constantly ...

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Sequence Your Golf Training Program

You've probably heard some variation of this before, "Before you start playing golf, get some lessons so you don't develop ...

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Ankle Stability and Golf Putting

Many putting techniques, exercises, club heads and shaft lengths have striven to create as stable a base as possible.  The ...

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2016 US Open Golf Championship

2016 US Open Golf Championship

We are proud to announce that the Diagnosis Foundation president, Dr John Wallman, has been invited to work with athletes ...

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Italy Summer 2016

Italy Summer 2016

The Diagnosis Foundation President and senior staff will be doing a lecture tour in Italy the middle two weeks of ...

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Weak Gracilis muscle leads to…

Weak Gracilis muscle leads to...

If your gracilis muscle is weak, what kinds of performance and health issues can you get?  Let’s look at gracilis ...

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Target stores sets itself apart with GMO free products. How do you set yourself apart?

Target sets itself apart by announcing its store brand is non GMO. Whole Foods started the trend when it noticed ...

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2016 US Open Golf Championship

US Open Trophy

We are proud to announce that the Diagnosis Foundation president, Dr John Wallman, has been invited to work with athletes at the 2016 US Open Golf Championship in Oakmont, PA!

Italy Summer 2016!

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The Diagnosis Foundation President and senior staff will be doing a lecture tour in Italy the middle two weeks of July.  For those who have completed the online or pre-recorded courses on muscle strength testing, they will also be available for certification exams.

Therapists in Italy represent one of the largest groups supporting the Diagnosis Foundation.  We’re looking forward to meeting many of you face to face in our trip across the pond.  To make arrangements for a presentation, workshop or exam session, contact Info@DxFoundation.org.

Education Program Update

The Diagnosis Foundation’s strategic plan calls for initiating the College of Diagnosis educational program with courses that focus on one of the fundamental areas of human health.  Diagnosing biomechanical integrity and function is a major causal factor for one of the largest areas of human disability – joint pain and arthritis.  The discipline of muscle strength testing and restoration of balance has been shown to be beneficial in preventing and treating these conditions in a way that is well supported by the evidence and financially attractive for a sustainable health care system.

The DxF curriculum for this academic discipline continues to expand.  We currently have:

  • 900+ students that have completed DxF seminars or courses
  • 7 post-doctoral, continuing education courses are accredited for licensure renewal
  • 5 successful teleseminars/webinar hybrid courses have been held this past year
  • 14 seminar and pre-recorded courses are available through the DxF web site

Those interested in taking courses or contributing materials to future courses should contact: Info@DxFoundation.org

Recent Muscle Strength & Balance Events, Screens & Clinics

  • South Shore Golf – Oakdale, NY
  • Pine Ridge Golf Course – Coram, NY
  • Long Island Integrated Medical Health Fair – Ronkonkoma, NY
  • NBC NY Giants Health & Fitness Expo – NJ
  • North Carolina MS&B Screening Tour
  • 23rd Annual Joe Koziarz Memorial 5K Run – Bridgehampton, NY
  • Moving Towards A Cure 10K Run – NY, NY
  • Team Extreme Health & Fitness  – Ronkonkoma, NY
  • Port CrossFit  – Port Jefferson, NY
  • Bearfoot Yoga  – Bay Shore, NY
  • CrossFit Competition – Hauppauge, NY
  • Powerhouse Gym – Rocky Point, NY
  • ‘King of Queens’ CrossFit Competition – Astoria, NY
  • ‘Hail to the Queens’ CrossFit Competition – Astoria, NY
  • Beta Test – Muscle Strength & Balance Certification Course
  • 1.0 Release – Muscle Strength & Balance Certification Course: Legs; Screener
  • New York Institute of Technology – 5K Run – Old Westbury, NY
  • AMRAP Fitness – CrossFit Competition – Westchester, NY
  • Deep Pond Triathlon – Wading River, NY
  • Volunteer Ambulance Corps – Commack, NY
  • NYIT Cross Country Team – Clinic / Screening – Islip, NY
  • Sunrise Tri Deep Pond Duathlon – Wading River, NY

Donations

If you prefer to make donations or sign up for membership via check or money order, mail to:

Diagnosis Foundation PO Box 1221 Miller Place, NY 11764

Your generosity is appreciated!