4/3/2018 03:31:41 pm
the subacromial impingement is a symptom of rotator cuff dysfunction, not a foregone conclusion of flexion in scaption during standing deep breathing: typically exacerbated by the continual training of pecs and anterior deltoid muscles without strengthening the muscles that drive the shoulder into extension and external rotation. It sets you up for chronic anterior displacement of the humeral head in the gh joint.
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