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Posted by: Niel | 2005/12/08

Ligament imbalence in shoulder

Hi there, I've started excercising again in the last couple of months & seem to be troubled by an old problem.

Previous time I had this problem, I was told that I've got a muscular/ligament imbalence that causes the Deltoid (not sure of spelling) muscle in the shoulder to be pinched between the arm & shoulder.. Eventually, after going through a physio & biokentici I just gave up & left it. This time round I would like to solve the actual imbalence.

Who should I consult regarding this? Are there any specialized exercises that can correct this imbalence?

Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated..

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Hi Niel
Yes you need to be tested on an isokinetic system by a Bio to determine the strength and according to those results a program and exercises should be prescribed. Its normally the external rotatorsd that are weak and neesd to be strengthned
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