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Are you dealing with a rotator cuff injury? If you answered yes, don't worry! Regardless of the severity of your rotator cuff injury, there is a solution out there for you. We have helped thousands of people with rotator cuff issues, it just comes down to quality education and exercises. In this article, you'll learn about rotator cuff injuries, rotator cuff tests, and exercises for rotator cuff injury!

The ability to reach behind your back does not seem so important until it is taken away from you. Washing your back, grabbing your wallet, taking off your bra, putting on a belt, you name it. All of these simple activities of daily life can become quite difficult the moment you can no longer do them without an issue! However, you can get this motion back with the right exercises, discipline, and ultimately patience. In this article, you'll learn high quality strategies of how to improve reaching behind your back.

Shoulder issues are one of the most common orthopedic/musculoskeletal conditions treated. It is likely you know someone in your life that is or has dealt with a shoulder injury. There are thousands of different orthopedic surgeries performed every single year on the shoulder. There are even more shoulder cases in physical therapy and other health care clinics that are trying to be managed. What we have noticed over the years is the demand for shoulder content from healthy individuals. People don't want to wait until something happens to learn about shoulder health, they want to invest in their health now proactively with shoulder prehab. In this article, we will feature our recently launched Shoulder [P]Rehab Program including the story behind it, some insider access to content from the program, and really our goal to educate the masses about why you should be doing shoulder prehab now.

The shoulder is a complicated body part. It is an extremely mobile joint that is able to move within many different planes of movement; however, as a result of its ability to move excessively, its stability may sometimes become comprimised. In addition, there are other parts of our body that are required to move efficiently in sync with the shoulder in order for healthy shoulder mobility to occur. Because the shoulder is quite complex, proximal body parts are often overlooked when creating various shoulder exercise programs. The glenohumeral joint (shoulder ball-and-socket joint) sits on the scapula (shoulder blade), which moves in accord with the thoracic spine (Mid-Back). A shoulder exercise program is not comprehensive unless all components of the shoulder are addressed. This article will help you understand the various motions that must occur at the shoulder, the spine, and upper extremity as an entire unit, as well as show you excellent exercises that will guide you in how to bulletproof your shoulders!

Thank you to all the support you guys have given us in 2018. We have been hard at work with extremely exciting projects going live this upcoming year! Stay tuned.ย This article showcase the 6 most popular Episodes of 2018. Serratus Anterior https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCHGG140HrE Want to check out our entire...

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a very common diagnosis, affecting approximately 8% of the population. Pain with TOS often presents anywhere between the neck, face, occipital region or into the chest, shoulder, with paresthesia into the upper extremity. Just all other syndromes this diagnosis encompasses a host of signs and symptoms and doesnโ€™t tell us the specific pain generator. TOS can be broken down into neurogenic TOS (95-98% of cases according to Davidovic et al. 2003) vs. vascular TOS. Of Vascular there can be either Arterial TOS or Venous TOS. Despite this vague diagnosis, this article will demonstrate 7 Exercises to beat TOS.

This article is all about basketball shoulder instability rehab! Shoulder injuries are not uncommon in basketball. Shoulder instability can be the result of a shoulder dislocation, labrum injury, or secondary to musculoskeletal or neurological impairments. In this article, you will learn more about shoulder instability in general and how to address it with early, middle, and late rehab progressions. More importantly, you will learn how to prescribe basketball shoulder instability rehab for the basketball athlete.

Got shoulder pain? A tight posterior cuff is associated with a handful of shoulder dysfunctions like subacrominal impingement syndrome, posterior impingement, anterior instability, etc. And thus, increasing posterior shoulder mobility is part of the treatment protocol for many with shoulder pain. There's a high probability increasing your posterior shoulder mobility will help, and we're going to show you some of our favorite posterior shoulder mobility drills that you can perform NOW to give you some relief!

The scapula is one of the least congruent joints in the body. There is no bony articulation between the scapula and the thorax. This is why the scapula can move so easily, essentially it is a free floating bone that can move into protraction/retraction, elevation/depression, anterior tilt/posterior tilt, internal/external rotation and upward/downward rotation. This video will help you visualize scapula movements. We can not change the structure of this scapulothoracic joint, ย however we can improve scapular control! Scapula position is almost fully determined by the pulling of muscle groups that attach onto the scapula. The scapula is the core of the upper body, ย this is where force ย comes in through and gets distributed out of. This article will demonstrate exercises that you can do on ย your own ย to ย improve your scapula control. ย