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01/31/2014 at 9:16 pm #70762simon brooksParticipant
Is this the most frustrating diagnosis or am I not doing something right.I am told to strengthen the shoulder and I do so. I then proceed to injure it again during hockey, and then I am back to square one.I strengthen during the off-season with no subluxations, but when it comes to hockey it is bound to happen once a season. It then procedes to cause problems all year long.Are surgeries a viable option… I am running out of ideas and getting frustrated. Please tell me there is someone out there who has this same problem?
02/01/2014 at 11:23 am #74010Anonymous
It doesn’t sound like a strength issue.
When playing is your upper body in an organized position? And are you able to maintain a stabilized organized position through movement?
I recommend watching this webinar The Athletic Shoulder: Anatomy, Physiology & Function to increase your knowledge and understanding of the shoulder.
Doesn’t sound like this is a surgery situation.
Have you experienced trauma to your shoulder?
Do you have restrictions within your rom, internal/external rotation?
02/01/2014 at 11:28 am #74011Nathan RicherParticipant
to add to Kaitlin’s comment about good position – say when you swing at a puck, is your shoulder drifting forward and out of position as you swing? So making sure you can keep your shoulder in a good position when you are manipulating your hockey stick is important. You swing the stick too often with effort in a bad position and you’ll hurt your shoulder for sure.this assumes you’re not talking about getting hit/checked into a shoulder injury…
02/01/2014 at 11:57 am #74016simon brooksParticipant
Generally this happens under 2 conditions:
1. I fall on an outstretched hand. Can be an innocent fall.
2. My shoulder gets up mid range when rubbing an opponent out.
Its not from big hits or shooting.
02/01/2014 at 11:01 pm #74021Nathan RicherParticipant
Hmm what comes to mind is rebound training for upper body force absorption. It would be things like clapping push ups, or bench press rebounds with a 45lb bar. I am not familiar with details but know of some people who train for that. I can point you to them if you like.
02/02/2014 at 12:14 am #74024simon brooksParticipant
I’ll take any help I can get
02/02/2014 at 8:54 am #74026Nathan RicherParticipant
you might try these guys: http://www.wannagetfast.com. they are in upstate NY. they may do remote coaching.read this: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/kelly7.htmlet me look through De Franco’s DVDs (available on Rogue Fitness) – there may be something in there – haven’t had a chance to crack those open yet!
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