Subscapularis Muscle | Come to Fulcher's Therapeutic Massage in Imlay City, MI and Lapeer, MI for all of your massage needs!  Call (810) 724-0996 or (810) 664-8852 respectively for more information or visit our website lapeermassage.com!

Subscapularis Muscle | Come to Fulcher's Therapeutic Massage in Imlay City, MI and Lapeer, MI for all of your massage needs! Call (810) 724-0996 or (810) 664-8852 respectively for more information or visit our website lapeermassage.com!

anatomy of the human shoulder | Shoulder Human Anatomy: Image, Function, Parts, and More

anatomy of the human shoulder | Shoulder Human Anatomy: Image, Function, Parts, and More

Even after initial pain is reduced trigger points in the rotator cuff muscles are still injured and require on-going treatment to increase blood flow circulation and release the hyperirritable trigger points.

Even after initial pain is reduced trigger points in the rotator cuff muscles are still injured and require on-going treatment to increase blood flow circulation and release the hyperirritable trigger points.

The Daily Bandha: Shoulder Biomechanics, Part I: The Subscapularis Muscle

The Daily Bandha: Shoulder Biomechanics, Part I: The Subscapularis Muscle

Note how the delt is attached to the clavicle and the hummerus bones. It also seems to attach to the backside of the scapula bone.

Note how the delt is attached to the clavicle and the hummerus bones. It also seems to attach to the backside of the scapula bone.

Rotator Cuff | In this video I talk about the anatomy of the rotator cuff in relation to their function, as well as a few clinical details.

Rotator Cuff | In this video I talk about the anatomy of the rotator cuff in relation to their function, as well as a few clinical details.

If you have a frozen shoulder or pain that circles your wrist it could be the Subscapularis Muscle. This video will show you how to help that muscle relax.  And you can also roll your shoulder blades like a lion does when he walks.

If you have a frozen shoulder or pain that circles your wrist it could be the Subscapularis Muscle. This video will show you how to help that muscle relax. And you can also roll your shoulder blades like a lion does when he walks.

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