This exercise releases tension in the entire rotator cuff muscles (supraspinatus/infraspinatus/teres minor/subscapularis) and middle deltoid.
Frequency is as much as 2 min for either side, 1x/day.
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It’s not enough for us to assist eliminate your pain and improve your function; we wish to assist you to prevent a reoccurrence of injury and minimize wear and tear over time. Our highest priority is patient satisfaction – which is achieved by providing comprehensive treatment with individualized manual therapy and exercises.
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