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Shoulder Stiffness Relief

Do you have upper back or shoulder stiffness? Try some of these home exercises to improve your upper-body mobility and strengthen your shoulders. All you’ll need is a foam roller and a resistance band. Warm-up and mobility: Shoulder and neck…

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Shoulder Dislocation

If you have dislocated your shoulder in the past, you probably know that you’re more likely to dislocate it again in the future (people who play contact sports have as high as a 90% chance of a second dislocation!); however,…

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Shoulder Impingement

One of the most common sources of pain for athletes or gym rats is the shoulder. This often leads to altering or avoiding certain exercises or movements in the gym. As a result, you may not be making any progress…

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Scapulothoracic Joint

The Scapulothoracic Joint

The scapulothoracic "joint" is made up of the scapula (shoulder blade) and its articulation with the ribcage. In between these structures are 2 muscles, namely the subscapularis (aka one of the rotator cuff muscles) and the serratus anterior. This "joint"…

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Shoulder Instability and Dislocations

The shoulder is a joint designed for mobility, with more degrees of freedom than any other joint in the body. But excessive mobility can lead to shoulder instability, subluxation, or dislocation, with peak incidences of injury occurring in athletes in their 20s.
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