www.erichammertherapy.ca – Toronto (Annex Area – Bloor and Spadina) Registered Physiotherapist Eric Hammer talks about how to progress active range of motion in the shoulder from not against gravity to against gravity.
It’s important to determine when adding active range of motion exercises whether to go against gravity or not depending on the patient’s pain, strength, and ability to do the exercise properly without any biomechanics compensations.
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