Cervical and Shoulder Impingement Case July 2022

In this live case from a recent MMT Live Seminar, I go over

  • subjective pain - frequency, intensity, duration for goals and patient progress
  • history taking - triggers, what improves the Sx
  • using isometrics and resistance through the range to modulate pain during repeated end range loading
  • the importance of making the yellow light into a green light on day 1
  • going into NWB for cervical resets to get further threat free end range - rechecking trunk rotation pattern after cervical reset