Are eccentric exercises useful in subacromial shoulder pain rehab? When shoulder pain rehab has stalled, and patients aren’t improving, will eccentric exercises help? Are eccentric exercises the missing component in successful rehab programs for recalcitrant shoulder pain?
Find out in this discussion with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist). Also discover:
- Should eccentric exercises be included in shoulder rehab programs?
- What does the research reveal about eccentric shoulder exercises?
- How can the research be applied and adapted clinically with shoulder pain patients?
- If eccentric exercises are helpful, which exercises should patients use?
- When and how often should eccentric exercises be performed?
- Are eccentric exercises helpful in acute shoulder pain?
- How long does shoulder pain normally take to recover from?
- How can gym programs be adapted to allow shoulder pain to recover while patients continue training or exercising?
- How many exercises should be included in shoulder pain rehab programs?
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