Seated Scap Squeeze

Many shoulder injuries are a result of poor Scapular Humeral Rhythm.  That is simply the relationship between the motion of the shoulder blade and the humeral head.  One simple exercise that anyone can do at work or at home is what we call "Chair Doug's" or "Seated Scap Squeeze".  This exercise will help strengthen the scapular muscles and help align the relationship between the Scapula and Humeral head to relieve any undo pressure on the multiple tendons and muscles that travel thru that small space.  As pictured below, the patient is seated in a chair with a small pillow or rolled

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