The Shoulder is a complicated body part. With its complexity, proximal body parts are often overlooked when creating shoulder [P]rehab programs. The glenohumeral joint (shoulder) sits on the scapula (shoulder blade) which moves in accord with the thoracic spine (mid-Back). A Shoulder [P]Rehab program is not comprehensive unless all components of the shoulder are addressed. This article will guide you in how to Bulletproof Your Shoulders! The free program this article includes can be utilized by anyone seeking how to improve shoulder health!
This article will go through a 7 Month, 3 Phase Shoulder Injury Prevention Program. This Program was designed for in-season handball players, however, these principles will apply for any overhead athlete. […]
Scapular dyskinesis (aka SICK scapula syndrome) is an alteration or deviation in the normal resting or active position of the scapula during shoulder movement. This observation of “abnormal” or “erratic” movement is often associated with pain. ⁉But does scapular dyskinesis actually cause a painful shoulder? Does SICK scapula equal pain ⁉