Learn Why Shoulder Impingement is Not the Rotator Cuff’s Fault

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Lesson Plan

Shoulder impingement can range from annoying to disabling, depending on the severity of the dysfunction and activities of the person affected. Traditionally, most people point to the rotator cuff as the prime culprit for impingement pain. We will present a number of other problems and dysfunction that often exist throughout the kinetic chain that ultimately lead to generalized shoulder pain. In this program we will discuss how shoulder impingement typically presents, the underlying causes of impingement pain and a variety of exercises and interventions to get rid of it for good.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients

  • Explore the causes of shoulder impingement
  • Look at the various parts of the body that are seemingly unrelated that tend to contribute to shoulder dysfunction and pain
  • Master exercises and corrective strategies to improve how people move and reduce the incidence of shoulder impingement pain
  • Learn how to get people moving more efficiently so they can move more frequently

Duration: 41 minutes

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Mitch Hauschildt MA, ATCMitch Hauschildt MA, ATC

Mitch Hauschildt, MA, ATC, CSCS serves as the Prevention, Rehab, and Physical Performance Coordinator for 17 sports at Missouri State University. His sports medicine background is diverse, also serving as the strength and conditioning coach for Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball and Volleyball during his time with at MSU. Prior to working in college athletics, Mitch trained athletes in the private sector of all ages and abilities. Mitch is also the founder and president of Maximum Training Solutions, a full service Sports Medicine and Sports Performance consultancy. Mitch is a noted speaker on both a regional and national level, and has been published multiple times in professional journals and coaching websites.

Get Rid of Shoulder Impingement and Learn Why the Rotator Cuff is Not at Fault Course