Neck and shoulder muscles

Strengthen and relieve tension in your neck and shoulder muscles with these effective exercises. Discover top techniques to improve flexibility and reduce discomfort.
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Muscles of Shoulder Anatomy Spinous process of C7 vertebra, Levator scapulae muscle, Rhomboid minor muscle, Rhomboid major muscle, Acromion, Supraspinatus muscle, Spine of scapula, Infraspinatus muscle, Teres minor muscle, Teres major muscle, Latissimus dorsi muscle, Long head, Lateral head, Spinous process of, T12 vertebra, Triceps brachii muscle, Trapezius muscle, Deltoid muscle, Infraspinatus fascia, Triangle of auscultation, Anterior view, Acromion, Deltopectoral triangle, Deltoid…

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Kristen Bos | Doctor of Physical Therapy on Instagram: "Stubborn muscle tension on the inside tip of your shoulder blade?? ❌ 🔥   If this sounds like you, you could be experiencing an overuse of a muscle called your levator scapulae.   This muscle often becomes overworked and strained when we tend to elevate the shoulder and roll it forward.  To give this muscle a break we want to activate the muscle that does the opposite movement to offload the tension you are feeling.  As a physical therapist, I often see this is due to a weakness in the lower trapezius. The lower trapezius helps to ground the shoulder blade down and back and is great for decreasing tension in the mid back and neck.   Give this exercise a try from the postural restoration institute to improve the muscular support of you Yoga, Namaste, Muscle Tension, Shoulder Tension, Strengthen Shoulders, Shoulder Exercises Physical Therapy, Muscle Relief, Muscle Strain, Shoulder Blade Stretch

Kristen Bos | Doctor of Physical Therapy on Instagram: "Stubborn muscle tension on the inside tip of your shoulder blade?? ❌ 🔥 If this sounds like you, you could be experiencing an overuse of a muscle called your levator scapulae. This muscle often becomes overworked and strained when we tend to elevate the shoulder and roll it forward. To give this muscle a break we want to activate the muscle that does the opposite movement to offload the tension you are feeling. As a physical…

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Part 2 of the shoulder impingement series is an entire blog dedicated to looking at the finer detail of normal functioning of the scapula and then applying this knowledge to scapula assessment and diagnosis of scapula dyskinesis. Before we can move onto rehabilitation pathways, you first need to try

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Iysha | Embodiment & Myofascial Release on Instagram: "This neck and shoulder contract-relax release is very simple and super effective  This release works with a muscle called the Levator Scapula, located between the vertebrae of the neck and the top most part of the shoulder blade!   When locked short and tight, this muscle tends to present as:  ✔️ Back of the shoulder pain  ✔️ Stiff neck  ✔️ Upper Thoracic pain  ✔️ Difficulty holding up the arms   Contract-relax (a.k.a. clinical somatics or pandiculation)  involves a conscious contraction of a specific muscle or muscle group, followed by a slow and controlled release.   This process allows the brain to regain voluntary control over the muscles, instead of being stuck in a perpetual unaware state of hypertonicity and unconscious contract Shoulder Workout, Workout Videos, Muscles, Instagram, Muscle Groups, Shoulder Pain, Shoulder Stretches, Stiff Shoulder, Shoulder Blades

Iysha | Embodiment & Myofascial Release on Instagram: "This neck and shoulder contract-relax release is very simple and super effective This release works with a muscle called the Levator Scapula, located between the vertebrae of the neck and the top most part of the shoulder blade! When locked short and tight, this muscle tends to present as: ✔️ Back of the shoulder pain ✔️ Stiff neck ✔️ Upper Thoracic pain ✔️ Difficulty holding up the arms Contract-relax (a.k.a. clinical somatics…

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