Rotator Cuff Injuries

From Doug Keller’s “The Therapeutic Wisdom of Yoga” (Vol. 1), “The shoulder joints are more mobile than any other joint in the body, and only 2/5 of the head of the armbone is in contact with other bones of the joint – in stark contrast to other joints, such as the head of the thighbone, which is firmly seated in the hip socket. The greater freedom of the shoulder joint allows greater potential to disengage, and even to dislocate. The many strands of myofascial – some powerful and some tiny – are meant to hold everything in place even as the shoulder enjoys great range of motion. This assumes, of course, balanced muscle tone and proper engagement of the muscles around the shoulder joint to

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