Shoulder Blade Mini-Guide


An Introduction Into The 9 Best Corrective Exercises For An Achy Shoulder Blade

In throwing athlete populations, there seems to be much confusion about how to use corrective exercises to reduce shoulder blade pain.

In this mini-guide, I’ll take you through some extremely powerful exercises I use, within the first week, with many of my throwers.

Throughout this video document, allow me to show you what we do, with very high success rates.

  • Midback Aches
  • Unresponsive Shoulder Blade Rehab
  • Chronically tight midback
  • Unresponsive to tissue work
  • Shoulder Pain

Note: One very important consideration in stubborn shoulder blade cases, is that most are misdiagnosed and mistreated as SICK scapula, muscular overuse or scar tissue.

Instead, they’re simple referred symptoms from C5 – C8 spinal nerve irritation, which tracts directly over shoulder blade as you can see below.

I’ll cover both, spinal nerve root based and true shoulder blade corrective exercises in this video guide.

This is NOT an extremely comprehensive/ overwhelming document on purpose.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Great Shoulder Advice!!
Sebastian helped fix my hip last year and now he is fixing my shoulder! More importantly, he has identified the root cause of the pain so I can save myself additional injuries down the road.
– Elle K. Huntington Beach

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Best of 8 Doctors I’ve seen!
I have had shoulder pain for some time and after one treatment with Dr. Sebastian I regained full range of motion before my session ended. I had gone to two other specialists several times with little results. His skill is amazing and I feel lucky to have found him. Dr. Sebastian is one in a million and I highly recommend him.

About The Author

Dr. Gonzales has been a top sports rehab chiropractor in Huntington Beach, California for the last 10 years. He personally has experienced back pain and has been able to successfully overcome it twice, once at 16 and once at 35 years old.

He serves athletes and professionals who simply want to move better and improve the quality of their life.

He also has his own podcast, Restoring Human Movement, where he discusses topics aimed at how to live a pain-free life through proper utilization of human movement.


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