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Why is it important to treat muscles in relation to their antagonists? (mark all that apply)
What’s the primary difference between frozen shoulder and any other shoulder issue?
To bring teres major into a full stretch you must ___________.
What is the preferred manual treatment technique for teres major?
What muscles are being shortened and may block teres major or latissumus dorsi from lengthening? (mark all that apply)
Why might we consider the high trapezius a victim muscle? (mark all that apply)
Why might we treat the longhead of the tricep when treating the adductors and abductors? (mark all that apply)
Why is abduction typically the hardest motion of the arm in frozen shoulder? (mark all that apply)
What are some key muscles that cause satellite referral into the low trapezius?
What is a sequence of treatment for the low trap? (order from first to last)
What symptoms might a client report that may suggest latissimus dorsi involvement? (mark all that apply)
When doing a “Contract/Relax,” when would you be less likely to use the Muscle Liberator for optimal effect?
A “tight” latissimus dorsi will limit the arm’s ability to abduct. True or False?