Posterior Capsule Stretch. The Posterior Capsule refers to the four out of five rotator cuff muscles that originate from the upper spine, run along various lengths of our shoulder blade or scapula, before attaching to our shoulder joint, more specifically the ball of the humerus where it inserts into the shoulder socket.What is anterior capsule in shoulder?
The anterior capsule becomes tight when the shoulder is flexed above 90 degrees, or when it is externally rotated. The anterior glenohumeral ligament is the tissue that is injured with 95% of all shoulder dislocations. When the shoulder dislocates, it almost always comes forward and down.What is a tight shoulder capsule?
Where there is shoulder pain due to impingement, frozen shoulder, or subacromial bursitis, an often overlooked root cause is a tight shoulder capsule. What is your shoulder capsule? It's a series of ligaments that surround and stabilize your shoulder joint, which is where your upper arm bone (humerus) attaches to your shoulder blade (scapula).What is posterior shoulder exercise?
The dumbbell reverse flies is a beginner exercise that targets the muscles of the posterior shoulder region, the rotator cuff and the scapula retractors. This exercise improves shoulder stability and reduces the change of injury.