Pain Free Pec Minor Inhibition For Overhead Shoulder Mobility | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

Pain Free Pec Minor Inhibition For Overhead Shoulder Mobility


Stop beating yourself with mobility balls, or doing painful pin and stretch techniques. Do they work, yes! Do they have to be painful, absolutely not! Isometrics are great modulators of pain and reduces the perception of stretch. After inhibiting the pec minor with light palpation and resisted isometric shoulder elevation, an anteriorly tipped scapula is often temporarily in a better set position at rest.

It's time to load it up with overhead kettlebell or dumbbell carries to work the scapular stabilizers. For the full 12 minute mini case check out Modern Manual Therapy Premium!

Pec Minor Inhibition Technique


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