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Eval, Reset, and Stabilize: The Shoulder

Fixes are nothing without assessments to tell you the need to do them in the first place. A quick scratch test will tell you whether or not your shoulder needs more mobility. If the more common pattern of IR more than ER limitation is seen, repeated shoulder extension (passive) works great as a reset. 

Sometimes, the reset by itself, dosed high enough throughout the day for a week or so is enough to ingrain the new mobility. Other times you need to re-educate and load the new pattern. Eccentric-Isometrics are a simple way to load and strengthen the new pattern. Check out this demo of one way to Eval, Reset, and Stabilize the Shoulder.

Eval, Reset, and Stabilize the Shoulder

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