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      Avatarsimon brooks

      Is there a way I can isolate the shoulder to prove its the shoudler, and not the elbow/forearm/wrist causing the issue?

      I know it is all kinda related.  Can a tight forearm cause shoulder disfunction?
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      Yes, it is all related as the body is a system of systems.
      Tight forearm can cause compensations your may or may not be aware are happening at the elbow which changes positioning and feeds to compensations at the shoulder.

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