MID-BACK, SHOULDER AND RIBS
Issues include Rotator Cuff injury, Tendonitis, Instability, Bursitis, Impingement Syndrome, and Rib head misalignment.
The shoulder is considered the most mobile joint in the human body. The head of the upper arm maneuvers around a shallow bony socket with the assistance of the rotator cuff muscles. These muscles, including the surrounding joint capsule, not only function to move our upper limbs, but also firmly secure the upper arm into the joint space.
Untreated damage or strain can lead to long-term limitations in mobility. Left untreated these imbalances can lead to more complicated issues such as a frozen shoulder, tears in rotator cuff muscles, and joint degeneration.