Anatomy of Shoulder Impingement, Rotator Cuff and Labral Tears

In order to understand how injuries in our shoulder occur, we first have to understand the anatomy.  Once we get the anatomy down we can start to understand the injury mechanisms.  In this quick 5 minute video I go over the relevant anatomy of the shoulder joint as it relates to common injuries like impingement, rotator cuff issues and labral tears.  Check it out below:

Want to learn more about shoulder impingement and rotator cuff injuries as well as how to rehabilitate back from them?  This short video is part of a larger and much more comprehensive video series on rehabilitation and prevention of shoulder injury.

You can find the rest of the series contained in my Insiders Online Mentoring Program:

The Insiders Online Mentoring Program is an online rehabilitation and performance library of webinars 20-60 minutes in length.  We cover a large array of topics including:

  • How to Get Out of Shoulder Pain and Back to Training
  • What the Shoulder Really Needs for Health and Performance
  • Your Guide to Subacromial Impingement Syndrome, Rotator Cuff and Labral Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and Treatment of AC Joint Issues
  • Rehabilitation and Treatment of Upper Body Strain Injuries
  • 3 Step- Guide to Assessing and Correcting Overhead Mobility
  • How to Guide to Mastering Kipping for Pull-ups, Toes to Bar and Muscle-ups
  • Your Master Mobility Guide to the Olympic Lifts, Handstands and Muscle-ups
  • Gain access to a private facebook group to ask questions and get feedback directly from me

Click HERE to Learn More about The Insiders Online Mentoring Program

Shoulder Pandemonium,

Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS, CF L1

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