Restore Your Rotator CuffMar 15, 2022
The rotator cuff is one of the most vulnerable structures in the shoulder and when it gets damaged you can have weakness, pain, and joint breakdown leading to arthritis. The bad news is that the rotator cuff tendons do not heal once they are damaged. The good news is that you can learn to integrate the bigger and stronger muscles of your shoulder blade into your shoulder movements, reducing strain on the rotator cuff and improving strength and comfort. This session teaches you how to identify potentially painful or damaging movement patterns in the shoulder and how to change them for more efficient and comfortable shoulder movement.
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