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Shoulder Impingement

Keys Shoulder Impingement

The latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members is now available below.

Shoulder Impingement

This month’s Inner Circle webinars discussed keys to shoulder impingement.  We talked about several topics, including:

  • Is shoulder impingement normal?
  • How to assess the different types of impingement
  • The three keys to treatment
  • The 5 “don’ts” of training around shoulder impingement
  • And more

To access the webinar, please be sure you are logged in and are a member of the Inner Circle program.

10 replies
  1. Annett
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  2. tstiles1
    tstiles1 says:

    How do you prevent impingement in a shoulder that is missing most of the serratus anterior? A surgical procedure used the serratus anterior and blood vessels to revasculize the forearm. Been focusing on the lower trap. But the upper trap. wants to do all the work. Any suggestions? Thanks.

      • Rod Youngdahl
        Rod Youngdahl says:

        Just watched the webinar. Great! I have not thought about the anterior/posterior imbalance being a possible main factor for internal impingement. With weakness in posterior cuff the humeral head translates anterior and the posterior cuff rubs the glenoid rim and overtime causes pain. Right thinking? Your image of the shoulder and the Bridge with two pillars – Awesome visual! And congrats on winning the best PT blog!!

    • scindia mouttapa
      scindia mouttapa says:

      THANK YOU SO MUC!! Your explanations are so easy to grasp with excellent analogies. I have been struggling for so long to understand the rational for the instabilites in shoulder girdle for months and here within a few minutes as a result of your easy to understand fundemental concepts of teaching it has enabled me to finally grasp the foundations for some of the basic causes of shoulder instability. Thanks so much!!

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