|07-25-2014, 07:55 AM||#21|
Join Date: Jul 2014
Not only will Ibuprofen STOP the first stage if healing (natural inflammation), but it does nothing with the CAUSE.
Why did the biceps tendon rip out the labrum? (SLAP)
The tendon is attached superiorly (top side) of the humeral head, when impinged (common problem), the humerus is elevated on the socket, straining the bicep tendon, supraspinatus, AC bursa and even the int/ext rotators.
My point: establish stabilization to relieve the CAUSE is this issue. The humeral head needs to stay centrated in the socket during movement, and it does not when the stabilizers are too weak (or sometimes inhibited).
Dysfunctional movement of the scapula is also common (inability to posteriorly rotate and abuduct) and this WILL cause impingement and frozen shoulders, as it forces the humeral head into end range of flexion (because the scapula will rotate opposite of the humerus and not the same direction)
Common exercises that helps:
Abductions to 30-45 degrees (easy lateral raises)
Scapular push ups
Low trap work
Best recovery mate.
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