Erica and Susan

Unique Release Positions for the Shoulder: Positioning for Optimal Results

May 25, 2023 | Shoulder Pain | 0 comments

The purpose of release is to train. Remember that. 

Long gone are the passive release positions for patients. 

Think about the connections in the regions of the body to each other and then design a position that engages those long vectors connecting one region of the body to each other. 

An example, is the use of head rotation and the GHJ, to engage the barriers BETWEEN those regions of the body to each other. 

Join Erica as she discusses a unique way to achieve end-range shoulder flexion for a neck driver.

A glance at this episode:

  • [2:00] The connection between the head and neck
  • [4:02] How to engage barriers of the body
  • [7:18] Shoulder flexion and it’s driver
  • [9:18] Honing in on end range flexion

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