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Corrective Exercise for Shoulder Impairments

by: Eric Beard, MS

Identify root causes of dysfunction and help clients return to function and good form.

Movie stars, athletes and brides-to-be work hard to develop shoulders that are aesthetically pleasing, and shoulders are an integral part of the big somatic “picture.” However, there is much more going on in this area than meets the eye. The shoulder complex involves more than one joint, and healthy, functional shoulders are more desirable than ones that merely look good on camera. After all, looking good for the wedding is great, but not being able to carry your luggage on your honeymoon is not.

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IDEA Fitness Journal , Volume 10, Issue 10

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About the Author

Eric Beard, MS

Eric Beard, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

I am passionate about helping people move better, feel better and live better. I successfully integrate manual therapy and corrective exercise into all of my clients, patients and athletes programs to...