Shoulder Stability Protocol – Recorded Webinar

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In this course, we will take you through step-by-step actionable techniques for you to master client results and gain pain-free, functional shoulder movement. You will learn a comprehensive exercise and restorative training program for the shoulders. We take an in-depth look at anatomy and biomechanics, compensations, contraindications, assessments, pathology, and structural deviations and we teach you how to successfully design a shoulder stability program that will meet your clients’ specific needs.


This course will provide you, the professional, with a step-by-step program to help your clients achieve strong, functional, and mobile shoulders no matter their current shoulder state. You will learn:

  • the functional anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder
  • the art of teaching shoulder dissociation
  • the importance of free movement of the shoulder joint and how to teach this
  • about specific shoulder injuries and dysfunction
  • the results of our extensive EMG shoulder testing
  • ​the biomechanics of scapula compensation versus an effective scapula glide.
  • the brand-new shoulder mobility post injury protocol
  • ​the importance of a strong focus on client mind-set and personality in the program
  • ​the assessment of loaded scapula glide and shoulder mobility using specific exercises
  • the teaching style, cues, and effective use of body positioning to re-educate the ultimate shoulder stability
  • ​the most effective protocol for scapula stability strength training.
  • the definite progression of the initial low load shoulder re-education to higher load training

a full exercise program that takes you from basic to advanced shoulder stability training

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