One of the most common compensations we see with people with limited overhead shoulder elevation is lateral winging of the scapula. Anytime you have limited glenohumeral joint mobility, your scapulothoracic joint is going to try to pick up the slack … Read more >
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The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on Assessing the Shoulder Shrug Sign is now available.
Assessing the Shoulder Shrug Sign
In this inservice recording, I overview the two main types of shoulder shrug signs that I see. The classic shrug … Read more >
The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on How to Assess the Scapula is now available.
How to Assess the Scapula
This month’s Inner Circle webinar is a live demonstration of How to Assess the Scapula. In this recording of a … Read more >
A common part of my examinations includes assessing for abnormal scapular position and movement, which can simply be defined as scapular dyskinesis. Scapular dyskinesis has long been theorized to predispose people to shoulder injuries, although the evidence has been conflicting.
Whenever … Read more >
Over the years, the idea of posterior capsular tightness and glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD) in baseball pitchers has grown in popularity despite not much evidence.
I routinely see baseball players ranging from kids to MLB pitchers that have been … Read more >
The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on How to Perform and Advance Rhythmic Stabilization Drills is now available.
How to Perform and Advance Rhythmic Stabilization Drills
This month’s Inner Circle webinar is on How to Perform and Advance Rhythmic Stabilization Drills. Rhythmic … Read more >
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