Shoulder Pain Videos

Cambie Clinic


Burnaby Clinic


Rock Climbing Warm Up – Shoulder Circles to Prevent Shoulder Rotator Cuff Injuries
Standing with your arms out wide to the left and right, create circles in the forward direction for 30 seconds.[...]
Shoulder Rotator Cuff Injury Planking Ball Crosses
Place a ball underneath you between your hands. This will be the centre position for the ball as you will[...]
AC Joint Shoulder Injuries with Wil Seto
Mark: Hi, it's Mark from TLR. I'm here with Wil Seto of Insync Physio in Vancouver. Multi time award-winning physiotherapy[...]
Shoulder Rotator Cuff Injury – Progressive Planks
To begin, each plank will be done with wide arms in 3 different hand positions putting the rotator cuff muscles[...]
Shoulder Injury Rehab – Advanced Bird Dog
Start on the hands and knees with your spine in neutral alignment. Engage the inner core stability muscles of your[...]
Shoulder Injury Recovery – Rotator Cuff Ball Release
Do you have a chronically sore or stiff shoulder? Do you use your shoulder repetitively or exert it intensely in[...]
Dislocated Shoulder
Mark:  Hi, it's Mark from Top Local. I'm here with my good friend Wil Seto of Insync Physio in Vancouver,[...]
Rotator Cuff Injuries – Raise the Roof!
Loop the band around your hands and have your elbows bent at 90 degrees by your side. Keeping your palms[...]
Frozen Shoulder
Mark: Hi, it's Mark from top local. I'm here with Wil Seto of Insync Physio in Vancouver. One of Vancouver's[...]
Shoulder Rotator Cuff Injuries – Bicep Curls
Hold a dumbbell in each hand. To target the biceps specifically begin with the palms facing the midline of your[...]
Shoulder Injuries – Scapula Strengthening Row Level 2
This rowing progression exercise is a great way to build more rhomboid scapular muscles to help you rehab your shoulder[...]
Shoulder Injuries – Scapula Strengthening Row Level 1
Whether having a minor shoulder injury or something more severe this exercise is a great way to isolate the rhomboid[...]

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