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Scapulothoracic Dysfunction, Burners, Stingers, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and Miscellaneous Nerve Injuries


A therapist must know this muscle group and its trigger points very well if they are to offer effective solutions to their client’s chest pain, upper back pain, shoulder pain, radiating arm pain or thoracic outlet syndrome, wrist pain, and hand pain complaints. The job of releasing Scalene trigger points is made more difficult by the somewhat hidden location of the muscle group and its proximity to many important nerve trunks and blood vessels in the neck region.

PT Management of Shoulder Impingement Syndrome with research backed ideas! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Pec Minor... a muscle that is not given much attention but plays a significant role correcting posture

Posture Problems - Exercises for Muscle Imbalances Corrective Stretching Injury Prevention :


Clam Shell Exercise: can “reduce knee valgus, improve patellar tracking, and decrease the risk of knee injury in patients with patello-femoral pain syndrome


Overcoming Chronic Neck Pain: Postural Causes and A Unique Exercise Fix

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Atlanta Chiropractor - Winged Scapula Exercises (Serratus Anterior) - Personal Injury Doctor Atlanta This condition is caused by an injury to the long thoracic nerve. The nerve innervates the Serratus Anterior muscle which is responsible for maintaining the scapula attached to the rib cage. When the muscle is weak, the scapula protrudes and it can cause discomfort and affect the range of motion of the shoulder.

Causes: bad posture, desk, over exercising, injury. Over time, a muscular imbalance occurs known as The Upper Crossed Syndrome which ELEVATES the first rib. Then, shoulder muscles (the subscap, and infraspinatus) get trigger points, weakness and pain. Now, the shoulder is unable to move normally. Then ppl compensate for the pain by rounding the shoulders FWD and jutting the head OUT further from the neck. The neck m (scalenes, serratus anterior, and scm) overcomp, worsening trigger points.


Musings on scapular winging: Anatomy (muscular and nerve), causes ...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Vs. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: a pain in the hand (and arm). A common issue for those in interpreting.