Dave Hammons – Injury Prevention and Treatment
Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit (GIRD)
Dr. Hammons study investigated glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD) in overhead athletes and aimed to determine whether the pron-passive stretching technique may be useful in preventing GIRD. During this passive stretching technique, the shoulder is moved into internal rotation while the scapula is stabilized by a clinician.
Athletic Training Department at Boise State University
Hammons has clinical interests in the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder pathology and therapeutic interventions of shoulder motion in competitive and youth overhead populations. He is active with research projects focusing on gleno-humeral internal rotation deficit in overhead throwers. Hammons also has experience in providing clinical and teaching services in athletic training.
Dave Hammons, Ed.D, ATC, PES