Shoulder therapy, as opposed to surgery, is normally the first step towards regaining range of motion for a shoulder injury and returning to competition. Due to the extreme range of motion in a shoulder, it is critical that immediate attention is paid when an injury does occur. The reaction of injured athletes is to immobilize the injury. While this is totally natural, the real goal is to treat the injury, but to also maintain range of motion in the shoulder. During therapy, a comprehensive exercise program will be developed to ensure a complete return of shoulder flexibility, stability, strength and range of motion.

Shoulder Therapy Made Easy

If you are experiencing general shoulder pain and want to return to exercising your shoulders or reduce your shoulder soreness, this article is written for you. Today I’m not going to address any one injury or diagnosis.  Instead I’m excited to share my general philosophies for shoulder treatment along with exercises that may save you […]

How To Treat Shoulder Pain Caused By AC Joint Separation

Acromioclavicular joints or AC joints are easily injured and susceptible to secondary issues such as arthritis, laxity and shoulder pain.  Often referred to as a “separated shoulder”, an AC separation takes place when the ligaments that stabilize the collar bone (clavicle) and the shoulder blade (scapula) become damaged. The acromioclavicular joint is the connection between […]

Shoulder Therapy

Shoulder therapy, as opposed to surgery, is normally the first step towards regaining range of motion for a shoulder injury and returning to competition. Due to the extreme range of motion in a shoulder, it is critical that immediate attention is paid when an injury does occur. The reaction of injured athletes is to immobilize […]