Originally Posted by ehubbard
Mike Robertson, Cressey, all good recommendations. I will say though that dislocations can also make your impingement worse so I would avoid those if they cause any pain. Work on soft tissue quality, thoracic mobility, range of motion, and do some extra shoulder prehab work first, before you bother to get an MRI.
Very good points. Thanks.
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