Clapham Osteopathy and Functional Movement

Shoulder blade dysfunction increases risk of future shoulder pain

scapulaResearch supports the idea that if you can’t control your shoulder blades then this will increase your risk of developing shoulder pain. I find that the origin of most shoulder pain is in the core, thorax, neck or scapular, resulting in overload and pain in the shoulder joint. It’s important to look at the whole kinetic chain when assessing a shoulder. If you need help with this make an appointment at Backs Etc.

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