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Jenni Brozena

Jenni Brozena is the Founder and President of Aqueous, Inc.
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The Myth of "Swimmer's Shoulder": How Technology Can Alter Injury Diagnosis

Posted by Jenni Brozena

Oct 9, 2015 2:00:00 PM

"Swimmer's Shoulder": the catch-all diagnosis for any swimmer experiencing pain in their shoulder. Most frequently attached with the clinical diagnosis of subacromial impingement, "swimmer's shoulder" can be deemed as anterior or posterior pain, a painful arch, scapular winging, pec strain, or joint laxity. Too often we hear swimmer's falling into this one category of injury and while it is well documented that shoulder pain is continuously the top complaint by swimmers, perhaps we aren't being innovative enough with our technology and approach to prove the basis for these injuries to occur. 

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Video Analysis of Scapular Movement Can Prevent Swimmer’s Shoulder

Posted by Jenni Brozena

Jun 5, 2015 2:42:00 PM

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Shoulder impingement plagues overhead athletes, particularly aquatic athletes. It’s believed to be the injury of so many swimmers that it has colloquially become known as “swimmer’s shoulder”. The repetitive overhead external rotation, abduction, and internal rotation will fatigue the shoulders of swimmers and water polo players; industry belief is that the subacromial space decreases and the tendons experience friction leading to pain.

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Disruptive Innovation: How Motion Analysis Changes the Deliberate Treatment of Aquatic Athletes

Posted by Jenni Brozena

May 19, 2015 9:40:00 AM

Guest Blog from zFlo partner:

Motion analysis enables healthcare practitioners to both evaluate and create deliberate treatment protocols relying on evidence-based research for the population of aquatic. These sport-specific protocols can increase patient numbers, improve patient outcomes, establish trust between patient, practitioner and coach, and strengthen return to sport protocols. Motion analysis allows for cross disciplinary conversations to occur because objective motion analysis enables clinicans and practitioners to speak the same language - and "see" the same things. It also acts as an excellent biofeedback tool for the athlete. For swimmers, video-analysis is especially powerful as it enables practitioners and sports scientists to see the complete stroke cycle and identify where biomechanical and kinematic deficiencies exists. By identifying the movement deficiencies, professionals can identify asterisk signs for course of treatment and better outline a successful path to avoid reoccurrence of injury.

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