Prevent and maintain shoulder strength with this video as a starting point
The ability of the shoulder to stabilize is not independent of its mobility, but rather its ability to find its location in space. One of those muscles most over looked is the serratus anterior and this muscle has a scapular control function that has a large implication in shoulder pain. We find that a tight and inhibited muscle like the subclavius, and the pectoralis minor is a unforunate result of this muscles ability to control the scapular function. We believe that rehabilitating the shoulder should progress with the serratus anterior as a starting point for evaluation as well as the ending point of the stability. This is only one of the muscles in which we find to be a major contributor to shoulder pain, but in fact there are several other muscles in which we find to be contributors to shoulder pain.
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