Shoulder Impingement – Training around Shoulder Impingement – Do I Need Surgery for Shoulder Impingement?
In this lecture, The Soccer Ball and the Golf Tee: Anatomy of Shoulder Impingement and Beyond, Eric Beard covers the anatomy of the shoulder and explains what happens when things go wrong in this complicated structure. What causes shoulder pain — how to we avoid it, and recover from it when it happens?
“We’re going to talk about a rationale for corrective exercise for the shoulder complex. We’re going to discuss an anatomical review of the shoulder complex and some common movement impairments as well as shoulder impingement. We’re going to provide an overview of some movement assessments you can practice. Finally, we’re going to present some interventions to remedy movement impairments you might find.” ~Eric Beard
• The Research (2:15)
• Causes of Shoulder Impingement (4:45)
• The Kinetic Chain (7:15)
• Joints of the Shoulder Complex (14:45)
• Movements of the Shoulder (19:05)
• Fascia (24:25)
• Scapulohumeral Rhythm (28:00)
• The SICK Scapula (34:30)
• Rotator Cuff Tears (38:20)
• Degrees of Impingement (40:10)
• Assessment (42:10)
• Self-Care & Treatment Options (44:25)
Eric Beard is a corrective exercise specialist who lectures widely about human movement and corrective exercise, works with individual clients and holds a position at NASM. You can keep up with Eric on Facebook.