Shoulder pain, like any other joint can present as primary pain and be the #1 reason a client may seek help!
In many cases, treating the apparent joint dysfunction (because it checks all of the boxes) may not result in optimal outcomes.
Join the conversation as Susan and Erica explore the reasons and important timelines in the client’s history that led to her shoulder pain.
Most importantly follow the clinical reasoning that led to the real driver of this issue.
Bonus – we also offer a great discussion of a good exercise progression!
A glance at this episode:
- [1:39] Shoulder pain and internal rotation
- [7:52] Which side of the table should you work from
- [12:40] Learning to tape the wrist
- [20:00] Opening the hands
- [22:46] Using the blocks for yoga blocks
- [27:58] Grip strength as a sign of health