The Missing Link in Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain
Sue Falsone Cervical Spine — Sue Falsone Thoracic Spine — Cervical Thoracic Junction Video
by Sue Falsone
The average American spends around 45 minutes a day commuting to and from work, and spends incredible 11 hours a day on digital media, including activities like watching TV, surfing the internet on their phones, and working on their computers.
These activities are often done sitting down, which can wreak havoc on a person’s posture and put stress on different parts of the body.
One of the key places this stress and tension ends up is in the cervical thoracic junction, an often overlooked region that lies at the base of the neck and at the shoulders.
Tension that builds up in the cervical thoracic region then ends up affecting the areas that surround it—the neck and shoulders—and can impact heavily on daily living.
Having spent six years working with professional baseball players at the L.A. Dodgers, and thirteen working with elite athletes across a range of sports at EXOS (formerly Athletes Performance), Sue Falsone has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience in treating issues in and around the shoulder and neck.
And it’s this wealth of knowledge and experience in treating the cervical thoracic junction that she shares in The Cervical Thoracic Junction: The Missing Link In Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain.
What you’ll find in the video are prevention and treatment strategies based on Sue’s experience working with high caliber athletes. These are strategies that can be used effectively with people across all populations.
In The Cervical Thoracic Junction: The Missing Link In Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain, physical therapist Sue Falsone covers—
- The anatomy of the cervical thoracic junction: Build a strong foundation for treatment and prevention by understanding this complex region of the body
- Simple, practical exercises you can do with clients to restore mobility and function in the cervical thoracic junction
- Preventing tension from building up in the shoulders and neck in the first place
- Breathing strategies to mobilize certain areas of the body
Whether you’re a manual therapist looking for practical tools to help restore this area and relieve your client’s pain and soreness… or you’re a fitness professional just wanting to learn more about this area so you can identify possible issues in your clients and refer out to your network of professionals…
… you’ll find Sue Falsone’s The Cervical Thoracic Junction: The Missing Link In Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain a valuable addition to your professional library. Most of all, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to start freeing people from pain and soreness in their shoulders and neck.
If your clients suffer from tension in their shoulders and pain in their necks, learn how to start relieving their symptoms by treating the underlying cause. In The Cervical Thoracic Junction: The Missing Link In Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain, Sue Falsone explains this complex area and gives you simple, practical exercises your clients can use to mobilize and restore the cervical thoracic junction. You’ll walk away with a clearer understanding of this important part of the body and be equipped with some powerful tools to start freeing your clients from pain and soreness in their shoulders and necks.