Shoulder Expert, Mike Reinold, DPT, Shares Treatment Tips


From throwing a ball over 100 mph per hour to reaching for items on a high shelf, the shoulder is an amazing and complex joint. It’s also a joint that is prone to injury.  Shoulder expert, Mike Reinold, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS  joins PT Talker to share his expertise on treating shoulder injuries. Reinhold is the Head Athletic Trainer and Assistant Director of Medical Services for the Boston Red Sox Baseball Club and Coordinator of Rehabilitation Research and Education at Massachusetts General Hospital.  

Reinold found that elite athletes will do what they can to keep playing even when injured. They’ll find a way to compensate their bodies to achieve their goal and keep performing. This discovery can be used by physical therapists working with weekend warriors and other individuals with a shoulder injury to develop ways to compensate for the injury to achieve their daily goals.  

During his career, Reinold has changed his physical therapy program to frequently to fit needs of his clients. He frequently implements new findings and continuously adapts to provide the best possible outcomes. Dedicated to educating others, Reinold shares much of his findings with other physical therapists on his blog ( and his online continuing education program ( Learn more by listening to the full podcast now.

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