Shoulder pain rehabilitation protocol - attack your rot cuff
What you'll learn
- Learn how to self-mobilize your shoulder girdle.
- Learn shoulder stability exercises.
- Learn strength exercises for the shoulder girdle.
- Fix your rotator cuff related pain syndrome by doing these exercises.
- No experience is needed. It is required to have an elastic band and a small weight.
This 5-step protocol will help you treat your minor rotator cuff problems. By doing physiotherapy exercises you might reduce your risk to re-injure yourself. Physiotherapy exercises will be used to treat your shoulder instability in this course. This protocol is build-up in a way that it is accessible for everyone with minor rotator cuff problems, both people a good or a poor physical condition. As the steps progress the course will also progress in difficulty and strength will be added to in in later stages. People with a good basic fitness will, of course, progress faster then people with a poor basic fitness. But they all will benefit from this course because of the way it is build-up.
As a physiotherapist, and as an osteopath, I've treated many patients with recurrent rotator cuff injuries and exercise therapy is the key to long-term succes. By doing this course you will be capable of treating your shoulder instability yourself, by doing physiotherapy exercises that I've teached my patients for years in my physiotherapy practice. You can do this protocol on your own pace, don't rush trough the videos but focus on qualitative performance while doing the exercises. You start with basic shoulder stability exercises and during the protocol the exercises will get harder and harder. That way you'll progress to a better shoulder stability and strength. Go and start this course and you'll be amazed with the results.
Who this course is for:
- People with shoulder pain.
My name is Mathias Van Den Broeck, I achieved my master’s degree in physical therapy at the Belgian University of Leuven in 2017 and afterwards I also achieved my master’s degree in osteopathy at Buckinghamshire New University. As a physiotherapist I've worked for a couple of years in Belgium where I have my own practice. Since 2022 I mainly work as an osteopath, but I want to share with you the things I've learned as a physiotherapist in previous years.