My two cents is to ask your PT why she thinks your subscap is tight. Muscle releases are good for symptom relief and to aid in rehab/recovery, but the tightness might not go away until you address why it's getting tight in the first place.My PT identified it was tight and may have been contributing to shoulder pain. There's a lot of meat in that area and find it hard to get at with my hands the way she taught me.
No other therapists had ever looked at my subscap in the past. I think she only dug around in there because I mentioned my lats felt tight.
What was she doing, throwing snowballs at it ?
WHHAT ?No realli!
She was Karving her initials the møøse with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush given her by Svenge - her brother-in-law - an Oslo dentist and star of many Norwegian møvies: "The Høt Hands of an Oslo Dentist", "Fillings of Passion", "The Huge Mølars of Horst Nordfink"
I feel like my PT and I have worked out a good plan and was only briefly in pain this time. Just need to stay on top of things.My two cents is to ask your PT why she thinks your subscap is tight. Muscle releases are good for symptom relief and to aid in rehab/recovery, but the tightness might not go away until you address why it's getting tight in the first place.
I don't have that answer for you, but it's likely to do with how you are moving, and what structures in your body aren't moving enough.
FYI, Thanks for this vid. Seems to help.Try this:
It is the most effective subscapularis stretch i have ever done.
You are welcome. Hope you get better soon.FYI, Thanks for this vid. Seems to help.
Back to presses and push ups after 6-9 months of no bueno. Only thing I changed.You are welcome. Hope you get better soon.