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Shoulder Pain Treatment 2 - Shoulder Pain Scapula Exercises | Manu Kalia | Video 16

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Published on Feb 20, 2011

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Hi everyone, this is the second video in the series for shoulder pain treatments, more specifically scapular stabilization or shoulder blade muscle strengthening exercises.

As I mentioned in the first video scapular stabilization and motor control exercises should be done first in the sequence for shoulder pain treatments. Followed by rotator cuff strengthening and eventually strengthening the big muscles.

It is essential to build your scapular muscle strength before moving on to rotator cuff muscles. Your shoulder blade muscles are your base and the base has to be strengthened before strengthening the other muscles.

Here I demonstrate the exercises in the standing to make the exercises more challenging. Optimal shoulder pain treatments require one to master these exercises before moving onto to higher level exercises.

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About Tridosha Wellness

Tridosha Wellness was founded by Manu Kalia, Physical Therapist and Ayurvedic Herbalist. Our mission is to provide the ultimate holistic solutions for pain relief, preventing injuries, optimizing performance and improving health. Our integrative approach provides natural solutions to optimize health and fitness without harmful side-effects.

This video is for educational purposes only. Please consult with you physician, physical therapist or health practitioner before starting any exercise program or trying any of the herbal therapies/recommendations mentioned in this video.

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