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Winging scapula by stipeygirl75 Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:11pm This is something another EDSer just posted about on another site. Then I got to thinking maybe. . .this has something to do with why my shoulder is so crazy. My shoulder does this big-time. My son's shoulders do it too. If I could choose one word to describe how my shoulder is it would be: DYSFUNCTIONAL Mike the massage and energy worker gu ... Read on »
The Source of Scapular Winging by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:14am Hi Mike, I purchased Inside-Out and have been working on the push-up plus exercise, among others. I have noticed when I straighten my arm directly in front of me (as though I’m throwing a punch) the winging of the scapula goes away. Would this mean that my serratus anterior works properly and is not the source of my scapular winging OR t ... Read on »
The Source of Scapular Winging by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 2:57pm Hi Mike, I purchased Inside-Out and have been working on the push-up plus exercise, among others. I have noticed when I straighten my arm directly in front of me (as though I’m throwing a punch) the winging of the scapula goes away. Would this mean that my serratus anterior works properly and is not the source of my scapular winging OR t ... Read on »
The Push-Up Plus: Scapular Winging by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:14am Hi Mike, I purchased Inside-Out and have been working on the push-up plus exercise, among others. I have noticed when I straighten my arm directly in front of me (as though I’m throwing a punch) the winging of the scapula goes away. Would this mean that my serratus anterior works properly and is not the source of my scapular winging OR t ... Read on »
The Push-Up Plus: Scapular Winging by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 2:57pm Hi Mike, I purchased Inside-Out and have been working on the push-up plus exercise, among others. I have noticed when I straighten my arm directly in front of me (as though I’m throwing a punch) the winging of the scapula goes away. Would this mean that my serratus anterior works properly and is not the source of my scapular winging OR t ... Read on »
The Curious Case of the Wiggles by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Jun 2013 6:00am Tweet Tweet Wow, that was a very nice response to the scapula winging  video!  Great comments and discussions by many.  I read each and every one of your comments throughout the week, thanks for participating.  There were a ton of great comments.  There are pr ... Read on »
Fixing the Flaws: Weak Rotator Cuff / Scapular Stabilizers by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:30pm I group these two together simply because they are intimately related in terms of shoulder health and performance. Although each of the four muscles of the rotator cuff contributes to humeral motion, their primary function is stabilization of the humeral head in the glenoid fossa of the scapula during this humeral motion. Ligaments pr ... Read on »
And more tape. . . by stipeygirl75 Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 12:00am My shoulder hurt so bad yesterday without the tape. It felt like someone was stabbing me in the back of the shoulder :( As soon as I got home, I put an ice pack on and it calmed down considerably. However it was so bad I could barely use my left arm, even with the ice. Today I woke up and was able to use it again, but I still don't want to pick ... Read on »
Movement Quality and Compensation by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Dec 2011 6:00am Tweet Tweet As humans, we have all mastered one thing in regard to motor control and function – compensation - not exactly the greatest when we talk about movement quality.  We will develop a motor strategy and pattern to accomplish our goals, regardless of wether ... Read on »
Friday Night Palsy: An Unusual Case of Brachial Plexus Neuropathy by Kodjoworkout Posted Fri 19 Jul 2013 11:04pm What’s a Brachial Plexus Palsy Brachial plexus palsy can occur due to a variety of conditions causing dysfunction of the brachial plexus nerve network. In infants, obstetrical complications often result in brachial plexus palsy or erb’s palsy .  In adults, brachial plexus palsy can result due to a number of reasons including: Tract ... Read on »