Rotator Cuff Strength

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Would you like to learn the best exercises for strengthening the muscles that stabilize and control the shoulder joint? Do your shoulders hurt or feel weak with certain movements? This prehab program was designed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and will teach you some of the most effective exercises for training the rotator cuff muscles.

$14.99

The four rotator cuff muscles work to stabilize the shoulder (glenohumeral) joint and create internal and external rotation movements. Two of the rotator cuff muscles (infraspinatus and teres minor) act primarily to create shoulder external rotation. The subscapularis muscle lies on the front side of the shoulder blade (scapula) and works to create shoulder internal rotation. Lastly, the supraspinatus muscle is located near the top of the shoulder and is an important stabilizer of the joint as well as a partial shoulder abductor (imagine lifting your arm out to the side of your body).

Unfortunately, rotator cuff exercises are often left out of traditional strength and conditioning programs. Performing exercises like the ones shown in this program will help keep the shoulder strong and stable and reduce the risk of suffering injuries like rotator cuff tears and shoulder dislocations.

Disclaimer: Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science recommend that you speak with your doctor or physical therapist before participating in this rehab program.  The videos in this program are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only.  No information in the program videos is to be taken as medical or health advice.  You agree, upon purchase, to release Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science of any and all liability and responsibility from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries, or damages. You agree to use this program at your own risk.  Seek medical advice if you have any concerns about your individual needs.

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