When someone comes into the office with shoulder pain, we need to do a decent assessment to find out what could be causing it. We need to assess shoulder flexion and extension, internal and external rotation, as well as elbow flexion and extension. We also need to assess thoracic mobility. Any or all of these components go into shoulder movement, and we want to pinpoint the causes as specifically as possible. This week on Top3Tuesday we talk about what we do in the office when someone comes in with shoulder pain, and some of the initial exercises we would probably start with in the first office visit..
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