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Internal Impingement of the Shoulder – PART IV

Last week we visited external impingement in the shoulder, how it arises, and what to do.  This week we’ll take a look at internal impingement.  Internal impingement is a pathologic condition that can lead to a whole host of problems in the shoulder.  The problem is most commonly seen in overhead throwing athletes, tennis players, volleyball players, swimmers, as well as athletes …

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External Impingement – PART III

Continuing on with Part III of our shoulder series we come to impingement and its different forms.  There is internal, and external impingement.  Each comes with its own set of problems as well as treatments.  If you haven’t caught the other two previous parts you can find them below. Shoulder Mobility and the Fist to Fist – Part I Shoulder Series …