Trigger Point Blog — Infraspinatus
Posted by Team NAT on
John Gibbons - Techniques for treating shoulder impingement Rotator cuff (or shoulder) impingement syndrome is a very common cause of shoulder pain and can be a precursor to tendonitis or a more serious tear in the rotator cuff A shoulder impingement occurs when the tendons of the rotator cuff become impinged as they pass through the narrow bony space called the subacromial space within the shoulder joint. The impingement, or restriction, irritates the tendons causing inflammation and pain. As the inflammation causes swelling of the tendons, the restriction increases, and so too does the rubbing and pain in the...
- 0 comment
- Tags: Infraspinatus, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Shoulder, Stretching, Subacromial Impingement, Supraspinatus
Posted by Stuart Hinds on
Taping technique for Infraspinatus - Stuart Hinds Through his years working with Olympic athletes, Stuart Hinds has developed unique trigger point taping techniques which are simple, safe, and incredibly effective. We all know how effective treating myofascial trigger points can be to alleviating pain, dysfunction and help improve function, especially with athletes. But did you know that you can keep the treatment process going, long after your clients leave your clinics? Over years working with Olympic athletes, Stuart Hinds has developed unique trigger point taping techniques which are simple, safe, and incredibly effective. The techniques utilize kinesiology tape...