Training Considerations During Pregnancy
Take a read of our series outlining the key training considerations during pregnancy including medical conditions and recommended exercises.
With shoulders having the greatest range of motion of all joints, massive forces being applied to the area through activity, and minimal bony contact through the joint, it is not too surprising that shoulder dysfunction and injuries are commonplace.
Shoulder stability for functional activity is dependent upon a balanced interaction between the shoulder muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.
This article series covers the unique anatomy of the shoulder joint, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the five most commonly seen shoulder injuries, and functional assessment, corrective injury programming and exercises for shoulders.