DID YOU KNOW
DECREASED Strength & Mobility Can Play
a BIG Role in your Shoulder Pain?
If your rotator cuff and all of the muscles surrounding the shoulder blade are not working together, you are setting yourself up for compensations and possible injury.
The muscles around your shoulder need to work in balance with each other. When some are inhibited or injured, then the others will pick up the slack. This leads to compensatory movements, tightness, and pain.
Yes, there are plenty of shoulder exercises on the internet,
but the KEY is doing the BEST exercises for YOU at the RIGHT time.
Most people either do rehab exercises that are too easy, or stretches
that aren't actually addressing the issues they need to work on.
Having a clear plan that addresses your root issue is the difference
between staying injured or eliminating your shoulder pain for good!