Re: Shoulders

My first suggestion would be...can you get someone else to row the boat? And second, you are ARE causing a muscle imbalance. You need a good exercise routine to build up the muscles that stabilize your shoulder so you don't get a repetitive type injury or even a rotator cuff tear. Can you ask your doc for some PT to get some education? Cheers!

Posted By Mary PT on March 30, 2010 at 14:52:40:

In Reply to: Shoulders posted by Tyler Romig on March 11, 2010 at 12:54:30:

Knitted ankle support incorporating an anatomically contoured silicone insert lying posterior to the medial and lateral malleolus and over the front of the foot. Used to reduce swelling and soreness.

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