Kneel down with a big exercise ball in front of you.
Keeping your back straight and your inner core muscles engaged, slowly roll down your forearms on the pinky finger side. Straighten out your elbows and move slightly past them on the ball. Come back up with control to the start position.
Repeat this for 10 repetitions, doing 3 sets per day.
This is a great exercise to strengthen your scapula and shoulder complex after an injury and retraining your core stability muscles to help them work better.
If you’re unsure about the exercise or have uncertainty about where you’re at with your recovery book an appointment and have one of our Physiotherapists at either our North Burnaby or Vancouver locations to check things out.