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Global Opinion Leader in Orthopaedics:
• Books and Articles published in 5 languages
• Education translated into 2 languages
• Coined two words that are used Internationally
o Scaption
o Push-Up with a Plus
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Marilyn M. Pink

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Areas of Expertize: Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, human
mechanics
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Portland, OR

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Chairman of the Board, EDUCATA

Chairman of the Board, FIT-HITS

Advisory Board Member, New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute

President, American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists

Editorial Board Member, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine

Executive Board Member, American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists

Editorial Board Member, Sports Medicine Digest

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Health Care Research & Management, A Health Care Consulting Company 2000-Present

Developed, co-ordinated, marketed, communicated and implemented systems and processes by which clients can create and enhance management practices. Utilized research as the key to business development and measuring success. Designed a private practice physician fellowship program that lead to the highest level of accreditation by ACGME. Implemented and co-ordinated academic and private practice research programs for residents and fellows. Became a faculty member of Loma Linda University Medical Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Identified and supervised outsourcing of research into basic science laboratories. Led team that won the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Basic Science award. Developed and lead advisory and management boards. Conceptualized and created educational materials. Led task forces on competitive and market issues. Managed vendors. Clients span a broad range of clinical, academic and fitness organizations including Centinela Hospital, Congress Medical Associates, Loma Linda University Medical Center, SevenOaks Rehabilitation, and USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism.

CRCA, A Health Care Consulting Company

Responsible for business opportunity studies and turn-key operations. Instrumental in leading the company to new opportunities in acquiring new contracts, building new health care facilities, and managing existing facilities.

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• Books and Articles published in 5 languages
• Education translated into 2 languages
• Coined two words that are used Internationally
o Scaption
o Push-Up with a Plus

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Dr. Marilyn Pink, EDUCATA.com President discusses the history of the term Scaption and demonstrates the movement

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PUBLICATIONS
Books

Jobe FW, Yocum LA, Screnar PM, Pink MM: Shoulder & Arm Exercises for Athletes who Throw. Inglewood, CA: Champion Press, 1999. (available in English, Korean and in Japanese)

Jobe FW, Pink MM, Glousman RE, Kvitne RS, Zemel NP: Operative Techniques in Upper Extremity Sports Injuries. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1996. (available in English and in Japanese)

Jobe FW, Yocum LA, Screnar PM, Brewster CE, Pink M, Schwab DR: Shoulder & Arm Exercises for Athletes who Throw. Inglewood, CA: Champion Press, 1996. (available in English and in Japanese)

Jobe FW, Yocum LA, Mottram RE, Pink MM: Exercise Guide to Better Golf. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1994.

Research in Physical Therapy: A Resource Manual. Greater Los Angeles District, California Chapter, Am Phys Therapy Assoc, March, 1985.

NASCP Sports Training Manual United Celebral Palsy Association, 1983.



Journals/Periodicals/Book Chapters

Boddula MR, Adamson GJ, Pink MM: Medial Reefing without lateral release for recurrent patellar instability: midterm and long-term outcomes. Am J Sports Med. 2014:42(1): 216-24.

Javidan P, Adamson GJ, Miller JF, Durand P, Dawson PA, Pink MM, Lee TQ: The effect of medial opening wedge proximal tibial osteotomy on patellofemoral contact. Am J Sports Med. 2013:41(1): 80-6.

Pink MM. The benefits of continuing education online. Rehab Manag. 2010:23(2): 32-3.

Pink MM, Edelman GT, Mark R, Rodeo SA: Applied Biomechanics of Swimming. In Magee DJ, Manske RC, Zachazewski JE, Quillen WS (eds): Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Volume IV Selected Topics in Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation. Elsevier 2010.

Garg R, Adamson GJ, Dawson PA, Shankwiler JA, Pink MM: A Prospective Randomized Study Comparing a Forearm Strap Brace versus a Wrist Splint for the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis. J Shoulder Elbow Surgery, 2010; 19(4):508-12.

Michlitsch MG, Adamson GJ, Pink M, Estess A, Shankwiler JA, Lee TQ. Biomechanical comparison of a modified Weaver-Dunn and a free-tissue graft reconstruction of the acromioclavicular joint complex. Am J Sports Med. 2010:38(6):1196-203.

Pink MM: Biomechanics of Running. In Perry J, Burnfield JM: Gait Analysis: normal and pathological function, 2nd Edition. Thorofare: Slack Inc. 2010.

Dawson PA, Adamson GJ, Pink MM, Kornswiet M, Lin S, Shankwiler JA, Lee TQ. Relative Constribution of Acromioclavicular Joint Capsule ad Coracoclavicular Ligaments to Acromioclavicular Stability. J Shoulder Elbow Surgery, 2009: 18(2): 237-44.

Pink MM, Jobe FW: The process of progress in medicine, in sports medicine and in baseball medicine. Am J Ortho, 2007; 36(6):298-302.

Miller JR, Adamson GA, Pink MM, Fraipont MJ, Durand P: Patellar instability: arthroscopically-assisted medial reefing without routine lateral release. Am J Sports Med, 2007 Apr;35(4):622-629.
Miller JR, Adamson GA, Pink MM, Sweet JC: Comparison of pre-, mid- & post-season neurocognitive scores in uninjured collegiate football players. Am J Sports Med, 2007 Aug;35(8):1284-1288.
Hatch GF, Pink MM, Mohr KJ, Sethi PM, Jobe FW: The effect of tennis racket grip size on forearm muscle firing patterns. Am J Sports Med, 2006; 34(12):1977-1983.
Koganti AK, Adamson GJ, Gregerson CS, Shankwiler JA, Pink MM: Biomechanical comparison of traditional and locked suture configurations for arthroscopic repairs of the rotator cuff. Am J Sports Med, 2006; 34(11):1832-1838.

Green LM, King JS, Bianski BM, Pink MM, Jobe CM: In vitro effects of 3 common arthroscopic instruments on articular cartilage. Arthroscopy, 2006; 22(3):300-307.

King JS, Green LM, Bianski BM, Pink MM, Jobe CM: Assessment of reprocessed arthroscopic shaver blades. Arthroscopy, 2006; 22(10):1046-1052.

King JS, Green LM, Bianski BM, Pink MM, Jobe CM: Shaver, bipolar radiofrequency and saline jet instruments for cutting meniscal tissue: a comparative experimental study on sheep menisci. Arthroscopy, 2005: 21(7):844-850.

Jobe FW, Tibone JE, Pink MM, Jobe CM: The shoulder in sports. In Rockwood CA, Matsen FW (eds): The Shoulder, 3rd Edition. Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc, 2004.

Parentis MA, Jobe CM, Pink MM, Jobe FW: An anatomic evaluation of the active compression test. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 2004: 13(4):410-416.

Mohr KJ, Kvitne RS, Pink MM, Fideler B, Perry J: Electromyography of the quadriceps in patellofemoral pain with patellar subluxation. Clin Orthop Rel Res, 2003: (415):261-271.

Pink MM: Understanding the linkage system of the upper extremity. Sports Med & Arthroscopy Review, 2001: 9:52-60.

Thompson WH, Jobe FW, Yocum LA, Pink MM: Collateral ligament reconstruction in throwing athletes: muscle splitting without transposition of the ulnar nerve. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 2001; 10(20):152-157.

Pink MM: Exercises for fly-fishing elbow and shoulder problems. Flyfishing Tying Journal, Winter 2000: 104-105.

Reddy AS, Mohr KJ, Pink MM, Jobe FW: Electromyographic analysis of the deltoid and rotator cuff muscles in persons with subacromial impingement. J Shoulder & Elbow Surg, 2000; 9(6):519-523.

Hamner DL, Pink MM, Jobe FW: A modification of the relocation test: arthroscopic findings associated with a positive test. J Shoulder & Elbow Surg, 2000; 9(4):263-267.

Pink MM, Tibone JE: The painful shoulder in the swimming athlete. Orthop Clin N Am, 2000; 31(2):247-261.

Paley KJ, Jobe FW, Pink MM, Kvitne RS, ElAttrache NS: Arthroscopic findings in the overhand throwing athlete: evidence for posterior internal impingement of the rotator cuff. J Arthros & Rel Surg, 2000; 16(1):35-40.

Alpert SW, Pink MM, Jobe FW, McMahon PJ, Mathiyakom W: EMG analysis of deltoid and rotator cuff function under varying loads and speeds. J Shoulder & Elbow Surg, 2000; 9(1):47-58.

Valadie AL, Jobe CM, Pink MM, Ekman EF, Jobe FW: The anatomy of provocative tests for impingement syndrome of the shoulder. J Shoulder & Elbow Surg, 2000; 9(1):36-46.

Pink MM, Richardson D: Conditioning the female athlete. Sports Med Update, 2000; 15(1):18-23.

Pink MM, Richardson D: Why do we do it? Sports Med Update 2000; 14(4):7-9.

Latimer HA, Tibone JE, Pink MM, Berger K, Perry J: Shoulder reaction time: muscle firing patterns in response to an anterior translation force. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1998; 7:610-615.

Mohr KJ, Pink MM, Elsner C, Kvitne Rs. Electromyographic investigation of stretching: the effect of warm-up. Clin J Sport Med, 1998; 8(3):215-220.

Rokito AS, Jobe FW, Pink MM, Perry J, Brault J: An electromyographic analysis of shoulder function during the volleyball serve and spike. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1998; 7:256-263.

Pink MM, Jobe FW: The concept of overhead athletic injuries. In Garrett WE, Speer KP, Kirkendall DT (eds): Principles and Practice of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000.

Jobe FW, Hamner DL, Pink MM: Overuse injuries of the elbow. Current Orthop, 1997; (11): 249-254.

Jobe FW, Tibone JE, Pink MM, Jobe CM, Kvitne RS: The shoulder in sports. In Rockwood (CA), Matsen (FW) (eds): The Shoulder, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 1997; pp 1214-1238.

Stefko JM, Jobe FW, VanderWilde RS, Carden E, Pink M: Electromyographic and nerve block analysis of the subscapularis lift-off test. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 1997; (6):1-9.

Maffet MW, Jobe FW, Pink M, Brault J, Mathiyakom W: Shoulder muscle firing patterns during the windmill softball pitch. Am J Sports Med 1997; 25(3):369-374.

Pink MM, Jobe FW: The Foot/Shoe Interface. In Guten GN: (ed): Running Injuries: A 25 Year Review. WB Saunders Company, April 1997.

Hamilton CD, Glousman RE, Jobe FW, Brault J, Pink M, Perry J: Dynamic stability of the elbow: EMG analysis of the flexor pronator group and the extensor group of pitchers with painful valgus instability. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1996; 5(5):347-354.

Jobe CM, Pink MM, Jobe FW, Shaffer B: Anterior shoulder instability, impingement, and rotator cuff tear: Theories and concepts. In Jobe FW, Pink MM, Glousman RE, Kvitne RS, Zemel NP (eds): Operative Techniques in Upper Extremity Sports Injuries. St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1996; pp 164-176.

Pink MM, Perry J: Biomechanics of the shoulder. In Jobe FW, Pink MM, Glousman RE, Kvitne RS, Zemel NP (eds): Operative Techniques in Upper Extremity Sports Injuries. St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1996; pp 109-123.

Pink MM, Screnar PM, Tollefson KD, Jobe FW: Injury prevention and rehabilitation in the upper extremity. In Jobe FW, Pink MM, Glousman RE, Kvitne RS, Zemel NP (eds): Operative Techniques in Upper Extremity Sports Injuries. St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1996; pp 3-14.

McMahon PJ, Jobe FW, Pink MM, Brault JR, Perry J: Comparative electromyographic analysis of shoulder muscles during planar motions: anterior glenohumeral instability versus normal. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1996; 5(2):118-123.

Pink MM, Jobe FW: Biomechanics of swimming. In Zachazewski JE, Magee DJ, Quillen WS (eds): Athletic Injuries and Rehabilitation, Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 1996; pp 317-331.

Jobe FW, Pink MM: Shoulder pain in golf. In Guten GN (ed): Golf Injuries, Clinics Sports Medicine. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company 1996; 15(1):55-63.

Pink MM, Jobe FW, Yocum LA, Mottram R: Preventative exercises in golf : arm, leg, and back. In Guten GN (ed): Golf Injuries, Clinics Sports Medicine 1996; 15(1):147-162, Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company.

Watkins RG, Uppal GS, Perry J, Pink M, Dinsay JM: Dynamic electromyographic analysis of trunk musculature in professional golfers. Am J Sports Med, 1996; 24(4):535-538.

Bechler JR, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J, Ruwe PA: Electromyographic analysis of the hip and knee during the golf swing. Clin J Sport Med, 1995; 5(3):162-166.

Davidson PA, Pink M, Perry J, Jobe FW: Functional anatomy of the flexor pronator muscle group in relation to the medial collateral ligament of the elbow. Am J Sports Med, 1995; 23(2):245-250.

Stocker D, Pink M, Jobe FW: Comparison of shoulder injury in collegiate- and master's-level swimmers. Clin J Sport Med, 1995; 5(1):4-8.

Kao JT, Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J: Electromyographic analysis of the scapular muscles during a golf swing. Am J Sports Med, 1995; 23(1):19-23.

Kelley JD, Lombardo SJ, Pink M, Perry J, Giangarra CE: Electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of elbow function in tennis players with lateral epicondylitis. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(3):359-363.

Ruwe PA, Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J, Scovazzo ML: The normal and the painful shoulder during the breaststroke: Electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of twelve muscles. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(6):789-796.

Ciccotti MG, Lombardo SJ, Nonweiler B, Pink M: Non-operative treatment of ruptures of the anterior cruciate ligament in middle-aged patients. J Bone Joint Surg 1994; 76A(9):1315-1321.

Ciccotti MG, Kerlan RK, Perry J, Pink M: An electromyographic analysis of the knee during functional activities: I - The normal profile. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(5):645-650.

Ciccotti MG, Kerlan RK, Perry J, Pink: An electromyographic analysis of the knee during functional activities: II - The anterior cruciate ligament-deficient and -reconstructed profiles. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(5):651-658.

Pink M, Perry J, Houglum PA, Devine DJ: Lower extremity range of motion in the recreational sport runner. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(4):541-549.

Gryzlo SM, Patek RM, Pink M, Perry J: Electromyographic analysis of knee rehabilitation exercises. J Ortho Sports PT, 1994; 20(1):36-43.

Jobe FW, Pink M: The athlete's shoulder. J Hand Ther 1994; 7(2):107-110.

Montgomery WH, Pink M, Perry J: Electromyographic analysis of hip and knee musculature during running. Am J Sports Med, 1994; 22(2):272-278.

Pink M: Axial loading as a cause of head and neck injuries in football. Sports Med Digest, 1993; 15(9):5.

Reber L, Perry J, Pink M: Muscular control of the ankle in running. Am J Sports Med, 1993; 21(6): 805-810.

Jobe FW, Pink M: Classification and treatment of shoulder dysfunction in the overhead athlete. J Orth Sports PT, 1993; 18(2):427-432.

Tibone J, Patek R, Jobe FW, Perry J, Pink M: Functional anatomy, biomechanics, and kinesiology, chapter 15. In DeLee JC, Drez D (eds): Orthopaedic Sports Medicine: Principles and Practice, Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 1993; pp 463-480.

Giangarra CE, Conroy B, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J: Electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of elbow function in tennis players using single- and double-handed backhand strokes. Am J Sports Med, 1993; 21(3):394-399.

Shaffer B, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J: Baseball batting: an electromyographic study. Clin Orthop Rel Res 1993; 292:285-293.

Pink M, Perry J, Jobe FW: Electromyographic analysis of the trunk in golfers. Am J Sports Med, 1993; 21(3):385-388.

Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J, Kerrigan J, Browne A, Scovazzo ML: The normal shoulder during the butterfly swim stroke: An electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of twelve muscles. Clin Orthop Rel Res, 1993; 288: 48-59.

Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J, Browne A, Scovazzo ML, Kerrigan J: The painful shoulder during the butterfly stroke: An electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of twelve muscles. Clin Orthop Rel Res, 1993; 288:60-72.

Vailas JC, Pink M: Biomechanical effects of functional knee bracing: Practical implications. Sports Med, 1993; 15(3):210-218.

Rubenstein DL, Jobe FW, Glousman RE, Kvitne RS, Pink M, Giangarra CE: Anterior capsulolabral reconstruction of the shoulder in athletes. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1992; 1(5):229-237.

Glousman RE, Barron J, Jobe FW, Perry J, Pink M: An electromyographic analysis of the elbow in normal and injured pitchers with medial collateral ligament insufficiency. Am J Sports Med, 1992; 20(3):311-317.

DiGiovine NM, Pink M: Pitching injuries. Sports Med Digest, 1992; 14(3):1-3.

Vailas JC, Morris M, Pink M, Perry J, Jobe FW: Muscle activity during isotonic, variable-resistance, and isokinetic exercise. Clin J Sport Med, 1992; 2:186-191.

DiGiovine NM, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J: An electromyographic analysis of the upper extremity in pitching. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 1992; 1(1):15-25.

Conway JE, Jobe FW, Glousman RE, Pink M: Medial instability of the elbow in throwing athletes. J Bone Joint Surg, 1992; 74A(1):67-83.

Moseley JB, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J, Tibone J: EMG analysis of the scapular muscles during a shoulder rehabilitation program. Am J Sports Med, 1992; 20(2):128-134.

Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J, Kerrigan J, Browne A, Scovazzo ML: The normal shoulder during the backstroke: an EMG and cinematographic analysis of 12 muscles. Clin J Sport Med, 1992; 2(1):6-12.

Perry J, Pink M, Jobe FW, Kerrigan J, Browne A, Scovazzo ML: The painful shoulder during the backstroke: an EMG and cinematographic analysis of 12 muscles. Clin J Sport Med, 1992; 2(1):13-20.

Jobe CM, Jobe FW, Pink M: The sports medicine rehabilitation center. In Nickel VL, Botte MJ (eds): Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, New York: Churchill Livingstone, 1992; pp 207-221.

Pink M, Perry J, Browne A, Scovazzo ML, Kerrigan J: The normal shoulder during freestyle swimming: an electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of twelve muscles. Am J Sports Med, 1991; 19(6):569-576.

Scovazzo ML, Browne A, Pink M, Jobe FW, Kerrigan J: The painful shoulder during freestyle swimming: an electromyographic and cinematographic analysis of twelve muscles. Am J Sports Med, 1991; 19(6):577-582.

Townsend H, Jobe FW, Pink M, Perry J: Electromyographic analysis of the glenohumeral muscle during a baseball rehabilitation program. Am J Sports Med, 1991; 19(3):264-272.

Pink M, Jobe FW: Shoulder injuries in athletes. Clin Management, 1991; 11(6):39-47.

Jobe FW, Pink M: Shoulder injuries in the athlete: the instability continuum and treatment. J Hand Ther, 1991; 8: 69-73.

Vailas JC, Tibone JE, Perry J, Pink M: The effects of functional knee bracing on the dynamic biomechanics of the cross-cut maneuver. J Sports Trauma Rel Res, 1990; 12(4):107-205.

Jobe FW, Bradley JP, Pink M: Impingement syndrome in overhand athletes: Part I. Surg Rounds For Orthop, 1990; 19-24.

Jobe FW, Bradley JP, Pink M: Impingement syndrome in overhand athletes: Part II. Surg Rounds Orthop, 1990; 9-41.

Jobe FW, Perry J, Pink M: Electromyographic shoulder activity in men and women professional golfers. Am J Sports Med, 1990; 17(6):782-787.

Pink M, Jobe FW, Perry J: Electromyographic analysis of the shoulder during the golf swing. Am J Sports Med, 1990; 18(2):137-140.

Morris M, Jobe FW, Perry J, Pink M, Healy BS: EMG analysis of elbow function in tennis players. Am J Sports Med, 1989; 17(2):241-247.

Watkins RG, Dennis S, Dillin DH, Schnebel B, Schneiderman G, Jobe F, Farfan H, Perry J, Pink M: Dynamic EMG analysis of torque transfer in professional baseball pitchers. Spine, 1989; 14(4):404-408.

Pink M: High speed video - Applications in physical therapy. Clin Management,1985; 5(4):14-17.

Pink M: Olympic health care. Clin Management, 1985; 5(3):20-25.

Sasaki MK, Pink M: Self-protection/defense for persons with disabilities. Clin Management, 1984; 4(5):6-11.

Pink M, Cancilla B: The role of physical therapy in fitness programs for the disabled. Clin Management, 1984; 4(5):28-31.

Cancilla B, Pink M: A program of modified aerobics for the disabled. Clin Management, 1984; 4(5):34-35.

Pink M: Physical Therapy Work Schedules. Phys Ther, 1984;64(2): 213-217.

Pink M: Contralateral effects of upper extremity proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation patterns. Phy Ther, 1981; 61(8):1158-1162.



NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Biomechanics and Muscle Activity During the Golf Swing: Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2006

Process of Progress: Clarke College, Dubuque, IA, April 2005

Youth in Baseball: NSCA, Japan, Nov. 2003

Shoulder in Sports: NSCA, Japan, Nov. 2003

Injury Prevention in Baseball: NSCA, Japan, Nov. 2003

Rehabilitation, Chiba PT Association, Japan, Nov. 2003

Shoulder Biomechanics of the Overhand Throwing: Chiba PT Association, Japan, Nov. 2003

Injury and Diagnosis of the Shoulder in Overhead Athlete: Chiba PT Association, Japan, Nov. 2003

Assessment of Reprocessed Arthroscopic Shavers: Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA), Phoenix, AZ, April 2003.

Golf Biomechanics as Related to Injury: American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Closed Meeting, Pebble Beach, CA Oct 2002.

Tennis Biomechanics as Related to Injury: American Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons Closed Meeting, Napa, CA, Oct 2001.

The Scapula in Mostability. Physical Therapy 2001: Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Anaheim, CA, June 2001.

Shoulder Instability & Impingement: the concept & terminology. Physical Therapy 2001: Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Anaheim, CA, June 2001.

Shoulder Exercises. Physical Therapy 2001: Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Anaheim, CA, June 2001.

Measurement in Golf. Future of Golfers Conference (FOG), Tempe, AZ, March 2001.

Aging & Conditioning in Golf. Future of Golfers Conference (FOG), Tempe, AZ, March 2001.

Scapulohumeral Rhythm. An International Forum on Manual Therapy (IFOMT), Perth, W. Australia, Nov 2000.

Pathomechanics of Impingement. An International Forum on Manual Therapy (IFOMT), Perth, W. Australia, Nov 2000.

The Shoulder in Pitching. Arizona League Baseball Trainer, Mesa, AZ, March 1999.

Biomechanics of Shoulder Rehabilitation. Baseball Team Medicine Conference, Anaheim, CA, Jan 1999.

Scapulohumeral Rhythm. New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute 5th Annual Symposium, Manchester, NH, Sept 1998.

Pathomechanics of Impingement. New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute 5th Annual Symposium, Manchester, NH, Sept 1998.

The Competitive Freestyle Swimmer: A case presentation. American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons. Newport, RI, Sept 1997.

An Overhead Thrower with Shoulder Pain/Tendinitis: A case presentation. APTA, San Diego, CA, June 1997.

Biomechanics of Pitching. Franciscan Skemp Healthcare, LaCrosse, WI, April 1997.

Batting Mechanics. Franciscan Skemp Healthcare, LaCrosse, WI, April 1997.

Youth in Baseball. Franciscan Skemp Healthcare, LaCrosse, WI, April 1997.

Internal Impingement of the Shoulder: Mechanism of Injury. Golden State Rehab Hospital, San Francisco, CA, Feb. 1997.

Biomechanics of the Baseball Pitch. Sports Medicine Baseball Seminar. Vero Beach, FL, Feb. 1997 .

Arthroscopic findings in the overhand throwing athletes. American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists, Amelia Island, FL, Oct 1996.

Anatomechanics of Shoulder Mostability. California Private Practice Special Interest Group, Marina del Rey, CA, May 1996.

Pathomechanics of the Shoulder. California Private Practice Special Interest Group, Marina del Rey, CA, May 1996.

Electromyography of the Knee Muscles during Gait in People with Patellofemoral Pain. 1995 California Chapter, APTA Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, Oct 1995.

Joint Laxity, Passive Range of Motion and Clinical Signs of Shoulder Pathology in Competitive Swimmers Compared to Nonoverhand Athletes. 1995 California Chapter, APTA Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, Oct 1995.

The Myth of Muscle Balance: A Study of Relative Strengths of the Glenohumeral Internal and External Rotators. Fourth Annual Meeting of The American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists. La Quinta, CA, Oct 1995.

Statistics. Fourth Annual Meeting of The American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists, La Quinta, CA, Oct 1995.

Informed Consent/Ethics. Fourth Annual Meeting of The American Society of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists, La Quinta, CA, Oct 1995.

Biomechanics of the Shoulder. New Zealand Manipulative Therapists Assoc Physiotherapy Conf, New Zealand, July 1995.

Tissues at Risk. New Zealand Manipulative Therapists Assoc Physiotherapy Conf,
New Zealand, July 1995.

Pathomechanics of Impingement. New Zealand Manipulative Therapists Assoc Physiotherapy Conf, New Zealand, July 1995.

Swimmer's Shoulder. New Zealand Manipulative Therapists Assoc Physiotherapy Conf, New Zealand, July 1995.

Joint Laxity, Range of Motion, Clinical Signs of Shoulder Pathology and Impingement in Swimmers. VIIth Intnl Symp on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, Atlanta, GA, Oct 1994.

Comparison of Shoulder Injury in Collegiate and Masters Level Swimmers. VIIth Intnl Symp on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, Atlanta, GA, Oct 1994.

Collaborative Research: Academician and Clinician. California Chapter, Am Phys Ther Assoc, Santa Clara, CA, Oct 1994.

Shoulder Mostability: Applied Basic Science for Use in Clinical Decision Making. New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute Annual Symposium, Manchester, NH, Sept 1994.

The Challenged Shoulder: Mechanics of baseball pitching, Freestyle swimming, Internal impingement in Overhand Athletes. New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute Annual Symposium, Manchester, NH, Sept 1994.

A Comparative EMG Analysis of Shoulder Muscles in Anterior Instability vs Normal in Planar Motions. American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists Annual Meeting, Manchester, VT, Sept 1994.

Abstract Writing. American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists Annual Meeting, Manchester, VT, Sept 1994.

Critical Reading. American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists Annual Meeting, Manchester, VT, Sept 1994.

Experimental Designs. American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists Annual Meeting, Manchester, VT, Sept 1994.

The Scapula in Shoulder Stability. VIIth Annual Panther Sports Medicine Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA, April 1994.

Electromyographic Analysis: An overview of equipment, set-up, utilization, and interpretation of data. 1994 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA,
Feb 1994.

Electromyographic Activities during Selected Sport Movements. 1994 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Feb 1994.

Instrumentation for Foot Forces. Palm Spring, CA, Dec 1993.

Epidemiology of Baseball Injuries. Winter Baseball Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Dec 1993.

Functional Anatomy of the Flexor Pronator Muscle Group in elationship to the Medial Collateral Ligament of the Elbow. Am Society Shoulder & Elbow Therapists Annual Meeting, Williamsburg, VA, Oct 1993.

Muscular Activity in the Shoulder of the Athlete. 1993 Intnl Muscle Perf Congress,
San Diego, CA, May 1993.

Muscular Activity in the Shoulder. APTA GLAD District, Los Angeles, CA, Sept 1992.

The Upper Extremity in Pitching: EMG and Motion Analysis. The Ninth Combined Meeting of the Orthopaedic Association of the English-Speaking World, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 1992.

Exercise as a Medium to Balance Mobility and Stability of the Shoulder Joint. Arthritis Foundation, Inglewood, CA, April 1992.

The Scapula during Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Baseball Pitching. APTA, California Chapter, Oct 1991.

The Shoulder during the Butterfly Stroke: An EMG and Cinematographic Analysis of Seven Muscles. Society's Seventeenth Annual Meeting, AOSSM, Orlando, FL, July 1991.

The Normal and Painful Shoulder during Freestyle Swimming. APTA Annual Conference, Boston, MA, June 1991.

EMG Analysis of the Scapular Muscles during Exercise. APTA Annual Conference, Boston, MA, June 1991.

The Normal Shoulder during Freestyle Swimming: An EMG and Cinematographic Analysis of Eight Muscles. Society's Specialty Day Meeting, AAOS, Anaheim, CA, March 1991.

The Biomechanics of Golf. PGA Teaching and Coaching Summit, Nashville, TN, Nov 1990.

The Shoulder in Swimming. Fourth Annual Panther Sports Medicine Symposium: Current Concepts of the Shoulder in Throwing and Racquet Sports, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov 1990.

The Shoulder during the Freestyle and Back Crawl Strokes: An EMG and Cinematographic Analysis of Twelve Muscles. VIth Intl Symp on Biomechanics & Medicine in Swimming, Liverpool, England, Sept 1990.

The Normal Shoulder during Freestyle Swimming: An EMG and Cinematographic Analysis of Twelve Muscles. VIth Intl Symp on Biomechanics & Medicine in Swimming, Liverpool England, Sept 1990.

Sport Specific Exercise Program: Optimal Exercises for the Swimmer. VIth Intnl Symp on Biomechanics & Medicine in Swimming, Liverpool, England, Sept 1990.

Dynamic EMG and Cinematographic Analysis of Twelve Shoulder Muscles during Freestyle Swimming. Fourth Intnl Conf on Surgery on the Shoulder, New York, NY, Oct 1989.

EMG Analysis of Recurrent Posterior Instability of the Shoulder. Am Shoulder & Elbow Surg Fifth Open Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Feb 1989.

Functional Knee Braces in ACL Deficient Patients: A Biomechanical Comparison. Am Orthop Society for Sports Medicine Summer Meeting, Palm Springs, CA, June 1989.

EMG Analysis of Dynamic Effort during Isotonic, Variable-Resistance, and Isokinetic Exercise. Orthop Res Society 34th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Feb 1988.

Rehabilitative Knee Braces Control of Terminal Knee Extension in the Ambulatory Patient. Orthop Res Society 34th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Feb 1988.

EMG analysis of elbow function in tennis players. Am Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons Fourth Open Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Feb 1988.

Dynamic EMG analysis of torque transfer in professional baseball pitchers. Third
Annual Meeting of the North Am Spine Soc, Colorado Springs, CO, July 1988.

Transfer of Technology: A Clinical Application. National APTA Conference, New Orleans, LA, June 1985.

A Program of Modified Aerobics and Fitness. National APTA Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 1984.

Role of Physical Therapy in Fitness for the Disabled. National APTA Conference, Kansas City, MO, June 1983.

BFB Equipment Specifications. National APTA Conference, Anaheim, CA, 1982.

Development of a Physical Therapy Department Research Plan. National APTA Conference, Washington, DC, June 1981.

Contralateral Effects of Upper Extremity PNF Patterns. National APTA Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 1979.

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AOSSM Poster Award
“The Effect of Medial Opening Wedge Proximal Tibial Osteotomy on Patellofemoral Contact Force and Pressure”

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Basic Science Award
“Comparison of Pre-Season, Mid-Season and Post-Season IMPACT and SAC Concussion Management in Uninjured Collegiate Football Players”

Neer Award
“Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in Throwing Athletes: Muscle Splitting Approach Without Transposition of the Ulnar Nerve”

AOA-Zimmer Award, 1991
"An Electromyographic Analysis of the Upper Extremity in Pitching"

Alonzo J. Neufeld Award, Western Orthopaedic Association"Baseball Batting: An Electromyographic Study"

American Physical Therapy Research Award
"Contralateral Effects of Upper Extremity PNF Patterns"

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Dr. Marilyn Pink, EDUCATA.com President illusrates the Pushup with a + and tells how the term got its name.

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EDUCATA has been ranked as the #1 online CE company by physical therapists. The platform is expandable to all licensed professionals in the medical community and beyond. Within the first few months of launch, this company was adopted by the World Confederation for Physical Therapy and was represented in over 100 countries. Dr. Pink co-founded the company and is currently the CEO.

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Sport Maniac creates custom monthly training programs that are both sport specific and individual specific. Because they are precisely tailored to you and your individual athletic goals, our programs deliver results. Based on your personal profile, our patented computer program designs a customized conditioning and fitness program that will help you achieve or exceed your performance goals. Let us coach your success!

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Dr. Marilyn Pink of EDUCATA.com discusses the status of a rTSA patient at 10 weeks post op. More on rTSA at EDUCATA's free blog, http://ptceu.wordpress.com/

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The Human Body cannot lie. If you use the scientific principles, you optimize your success and minimize your risk of injury. In this picture you see fine-wire electromyographic electrodes being inserted into specific muscles of the swimmer to see what muscles work – when they work – and how hard they have to work

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Analyst

Analyzed athlete performance to maximize performance. Publicly acknowledged for contributing to the numerous gold medals won by the USA, and for developing a high-technology training team that allowed the USA to exceed the East Germans and Russians.

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Director of Physical Therapy

Developed policies and procedures related to staffing, equipment and management of the Physical Therapy Department at the UCLA Olympic Village. Awarded most valuable individual contributor at the UCLA Village Medical Center. Consulted with the Seoul Olympic Committee on medical services.

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An animation of the muscles used during the golf swing, base upon a fine wire EMG research conducted by Drs. Pink, Perry and Jobe.

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EXAMPLE OF MUSCLES ACTIVE IN THE GOLF SWING

This frame identifies the intensity of muscle firing during the acceleration phase of the golf swing and is based upon Dr. Pink's research. To interact with the golfer and see the muscle firing at different phases

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EDUCATA CEO Marilyn Pink discusses common injuries in the sport with US Olympic team coach Terry Schroeder

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Welcome to the Men's Water Polo 4 Nations tournament in Thousand Oaks CA in March of 2012! Our goal at this tournament is to gain an understanding of the kinds of injury and the mechanics of injury in Water Polo. In this post our guests will talk about one of the most common injuries in the sport: the shoulder!

Water Polo throws require extreme external rotation of the humerus with a more elevated and extended elbow than that seen during the baseball pitch during late cocking and acceleration.

Biomechanics of a typical water polo block, throw and goalie position.

One of the very unique components of this sport is that the athletes do not have a ground reaction force upon which to generate power. Their feet are not on the ground, as in the golf swing or the baseball pitch or basketball/volleyball jump.