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Replay of Live B3 Shoulder Impingement Workshop: From Pain to Power, Your Path to Pain-Free Living!

Replay of Live B3 Shoulder Impingement Workshop: From Pain to Power, Your Path to Pain-Free Living!

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In this workshop you will learn about the many causes of shoulder impingement pain, and their relationships to trigger points or myofascial blockages and neuromuscular dysfunction.

Shoulder impingement is a common condition that occurs when the structures within the shoulder joint become compressed, leading to pain and restricted movement. This often results from the compression of the rotator cuff tendons and the subacromial bursa against the acromion bone during certain arm movements.

Do you want to uncover the hidden causes behind your shoulder discomfort and learn effective ways to alleviate it?

The rotator cuff, a group of muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint, plays a crucial role in stabilizing and facilitating various arm movements.

When the available space within the shoulder narrows, such as in cases of repetitive overhead activities or anatomical variations, the tendons and bursa can become pinched, causing irritation and inflammation. Individuals with shoulder impingement may experience pain, weakness, and limited range of motion, particularly when lifting their arms.

Tight muscles that have neuromuscular blockages can make you susceptible to injuries and chronic problems and in turn these injuries can cause further trigger points in the muscles that are compensating and assisting, leading to a cycle of pain.

Clients suffering from shoulder impingement pain, very often may be diagnosed with general terms such as arthritis, tendinitis, or rotator cuff syndrome without the true cause being identified. Trigger points or neuromuscular blockages in one or more muscles may often provide much relief.

Are you ready to break free from shoulder impingement pain and discover lasting relief?

Learn to test the functional neurology of the shoulder to identify the neuromuscular causes of shoulder impingement and find ways to relief pain.

Join us for an eye-opening workshop that will empower you to take control of your and your client's shoulder health!

You can now have access to the replay.

Will you learn with us?

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