Your shoulder is one of the major and important joints in your body. In normal condition it should perform a 360-degree range of motion and create many dynamic and necessary movements.
Unfortunately, activity and life brings with it a greater chance of injury. In the many cases we see at Therapyroom1
Movement of the arm requires joint mobility and muscular stability working together, optimal muscle function of the shoulder girdle is key to a healthy pain free shoulder, neck and arm.
There are a lot of muscles within and around the shoulder that creates movement of the arm, the scapula, the shoulder and
This is a different take on a shoulder press that you might be used to but as Therapyroom1 is all about treating patients with injuries rather than a gym this is perfect for patients who want to:
Increase shoulder range of movement
Stretch the upper triceps, rhomboids, trapezius etc.
Most people who know about Therapyroom1 will tell you that we treat mainly sports injuries and they would be right. What is less known and the reason the need to write this article is that we also do other types of treatment, for example the elderly.
As our senior members gradually
There are so many people who are suffering from shoulder and upper back pain from either work or sport that we at Therapyroom1 decided to share this motor sports exercise we did with you, (thanks to Richard Owen Plumbing for taking part and the Lincoln Enduro Club)
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The Weighted Side Bend with a ball against a wall is a powerful stretch exercise that our patients will perform to increase range of movement to each side of the body.
This rehab exercise was created by us to generate maximum stretch of all muscles from the hip to the shoulders
This is a great exercise that we created which works many upper body muscles in one move. This idea is similar to the cable pull down but we changed it so that this works in a better rehabilitation way for:
Biceps and triceps
The deltoids consist of 3 muscles:
What we see are many people who train with weights focus on their anterior and posterior, yet often poorly when it comes to mid deltoids. Additionally, patients who have suffered from shoulder injuries will often develop rounded shoulders (see more in other
Hey guys, this exercise I am using is a shoulder push down exercise. I use this when clients have shoulder injuries and I need to start putting some power back in to the shoulder in a controlled manner. This exercise is all about control either when you pull down or
The shoulder rotation and stretch is a great yet powerful exercise for those of you who are currently feeling tightness in your shoulders and underarm as well.