Supraspinatus strengthening; Empty Can vs Full Can exercise.

Introduction The rotator cuff muscles group consists of Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres minor, and the Subscapularis muscles. The primary function of the rotator cuff is to keep the head of the humerus depressed and centered into the glenoid fossa permitting a single center of rotation while allowing efficient abduction or forward elevation […]

Supraspinatus: Anatomy and Biomechanics

Supraspinatus (SSP) is one of the four rotator cuff muscles. It originates in the supraspinatus fossa, superior portion of the scapula (shoulder blade), just above the spine of the scapula. It passes laterally underneath the acromion process to insert in the superior facet and superior ½ of middle facet of […]

Consensus statement on concussion in sport; Berlin, October, 2016.

A must read and must download resource on concussion in sport. Consensus statement on concussion in sport – the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016. Click below links to download free available PDF files. 2017 Concussion in Sport Consensus Statement “The 2017 Concussion in […]

Evidence Based Physiotherapy Approach for Frozen Shoulder. Post III

Read previous posts here: Post I Post II  B) Second phase: adhesive, frozen, stiffness or transitional stage During this stage, there will be no worsening of pain but will be a significant progressive loss of ROM in a capsular pattern. Thus, the treatment protocol is more aggressive. Joint mobilization and […]

Evidence Based Physiotherapy Approach for Frozen Shoulder. Post II

Read Post I here:  Evidence-based physiotherapy approach for frozen shoulder. Post I   Therapist should be able to customize the rehabilitation program based on each individual symptoms and clinical stage of the frozen shoulder A) Initial Phase; acute, freezing or painful stage Since this is a painful stage any activities […]