Rotator CuffPosted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 17, 2021 at 7:44 am
My husband is having pain in his rotator cuff on his right arm. Snake is not addressing this, any ideas of how to remodel the fascia around that? Sagital movement is restricted. Thanks!
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- AdministratorOctober 18, 2021 at 11:24 am
I am always interested in gathering information through movement. Even though some RevInMo exercises provide a lot of relief, I do not usually think of them as “one off” exercises, or “use X exercise to improve Y condition.” This also bears in mind sequencing, in which snake may be useful, but other exercises may need to be used first in order to improve the effectiveness of snake later on in a workout.
I would recommend putting him through a general RevInMo series (e.g., the Foundation Sequence), see where his restrictions lie with respect to movement (e.g., like you mentioned per the sagittal plane), then start to integrate more exercises that work on those restrictions., and re-test with snake.
I hope this helps!
- MemberOctober 18, 2021 at 7:01 pm
Thank you! I will continue with Foundation for him, then. I do have to say he has some “resistence”…thanks for the help!
- AdministratorOctober 18, 2021 at 6:56 pm
I agree 100%, Eric! I think the process needs to be allowed to be organic, understanding that fascia is being remodeled with every exercise in different areas. Knowing that is all connected, his restriction might be generating from a foot issue. Keep observing and taking notes. The body knows best!