In today’s video, I share my thoughts on the common cue of retracting your scapulae together while performing shoulder exercises. I’m not sure this is the most advantageous cue, despite it’s popularity. Instead, I focus on facilitating normal scapulohumeral motion. I … Read more >
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The influence of pain on how well the shoulder moves and functions has been researched several times in the past. It is often though that impaired movement patterns may lead to pain the shoulder.
A recent two part study published in … Read more >
A common component of any shoulder or neck evaluation is observation of scapular position and motion. Posture assessment is popular and attempts to identify any asymmetries between sides.
As our understanding of the mechanics of the shoulder and scapular improve, … Read more >
Rotator cuff repair surgery and postoperative rehabilitation continue to be some of the most debated topics on the shoulder at orthopedic and physical therapy conferences. Numerous studies have been published showing the failure rate of rotator cuff repair surgery ranges … Read more >
For today’s post, I wanted to show a video of a correction I performed on a recent patient during his shoulder program exercises to engage his core and improve his ability to elevate his arms. Many people are hyperlordotic. Combine … Read more >
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