Your shoulder is composed of 5 joints, three bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments which allow your shoulder to move in a variety of directions. Your range of motion movement depends on the health of this whole system.Normal range of motion (continue...)

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With the month of love upon us, why not make sure we are showing our body some love?! At RangeMaster Shoulder Therapy, you know we are passionate about shoulder health, but we want to make sure our patient’s bodies in (continue...)

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Poor posture is one of the leading causes of shoulder problems. Having poor posture can lead to a lack of flexibility and mobility as the muscles struggle to hold up the joints and support the structure of the body. This (continue...)

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Thank you again to all those who participated. We appreciate you sharing your knowledge with us and your peers! Please do not hesitate to comment below, we would love to receive more insight from you. This is an ever-evolving practice, (continue...)

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Stretching helps keep the muscles flexible to prevent further injury to the muscles. Calf StretchThis stretch can be done with both calves at the same time or one at a time.Sit upright with leg extended in front of you. Place (continue...)

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Working with our resident physical therapist, Tim, he listed out 3 exercises he has his patients do with their shoulder pulleys. Abduction This exercise focuses on the supraspinatus, deltoid, trapezius, and serratus anterior muscles. Have the patient sit with their (continue...)

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Here are the 6 core exercises our resident Physical Therapist, Tim Conley, uses for his patients. These follow the structure of the Moon Program, focusing on Range of Motion, Flexibility, and Strengthening. “These exercises are ideal for patients who are (continue...)

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