Good shoulder function is dependent on dynamic stability. The ability of the shoulder to maintain its position and movement through a range of motion is about adequate support and control during functional activities.
Dynamic stability of the shoulder involves the coordination of multiple muscle groups, including the rotator cuff, scapular stabilizers, and other muscles that act on the shoulder joint. These muscles work together to stabilize the joint and maintain proper alignment during movement.
Without this, the shoulder is more vulnerable to injury, pain, and dysfunction. It is important to train and strengthen the muscles involved in dynamic stability in order to improve shoulder function and reduce the risk of injury. The combination of exercises that target the rotator cuff, scapular stabilizers, and other key muscle groups can improve functional movements.
Anatomy Dances- Sensing the Shoulder Girdle with Lesley A. Powell
March 19, 2023. 2:00 -5:10 PM. $150
Online. Recording will be made.
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