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The personalized mix of our therapies is what gives you relief.
We identify the multiple impairments associated with your shoulder girdle to provide a tailored treatment plan to help you reach your goals.
There are three phases of our Shoulder Alignment Program Exam: Muscle Activation Analysis, Flexibility Assessment and Hands-on Assessment. This exam is done in a private room with you and your therapist. The Exam identifies pain generators, muscle imbalances, and functional movement asymmetry. This provides us with your overall shoulder health performance to uncover the underlying “why”.
We test and determine if the correct muscles are working in your rotator cuff and stabilizers in your shoulder blades. We exam this connectivity to start a treatment plan to fix it.
Flexibility in the shoulder joint is crucial for maintaining proper alignment. We test the lengthening and shortening properties of pertinent muscles to identify restrictions.
We commonly find muscle imbalances in our exam, which explains the “tug of war” that your upper body goes through all day long! Finding these deviations is necessary to allow for smooth and coordinated movement.
There are additional examination procedures that we utilize to exam asymmetry as fascial lines connect from multiple regions! This exam is done in a private room with you and your therapist. The Exam identifies spinal alignment, strength deficits in your grip, and/or tightness in muscle groups in your extremities. This provides us with your overall body’s performance to uncover the underlying “why”.
Our daily lives cause forward head posture and rounding spine escalating stress on the upper body. This can lead to a straight cervical spine and more kyphotic thoracic spine, which interferes with erect and proper posture. We exam your alignment to start a treatment plan to fix it.
We examine strength and function of your hand and wrist to examine asymmetry and pain. Your body can compensate with additional strain at the shoulder due to impairments further down the arm.
A diagnostic process is used to assess an individual’s ability to lengthen or shorten muscles and joints to identify any significant discrepancies or asymmetries.
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