Internal Impingement – What it is and How to Diagnose

Internal Impingement

The latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members is now available below.

Internal Impingement – What it is and How to Diagnose

This month’s Inner Circle webinars discussed a one of the most requested topics to date and featured a TON of people online live!  We’ll cover:

  • What is internal impingement?
  • The difference between internal and subacromial impingement
  • Anatomical, biomechanical, and pathological reasons for developing internal impingement
  • What do athlete’s that have internal impingement feel?
  • The #1 test to perform to diagnose internal impingement
  • What else you should look for on examination to develop the best treatment program

The topic is so big, I need to break it down into 2 parts.  This first part will cover the etiology and diagnosis.  I will follow this up in the upcoming months with an entire webinar dedicated to how to treat internal impingement.

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One Response to “Internal Impingement – What it is and How to Diagnose”

  1. Hi Mike!

    I’ve been watching your shoulder impingement series and been watching the “optimal shoulder performance” DVD set and I must say, great work!!

    Even though this might be part of the next video on “Internal impingement”, I felt I needed to adress a question.
    You advocate no overhead work for people with internal impingement, except chinups. How about latpulldowns?

    I might be a bit tired from all the information, but i can’t seem to answer the question myself, for that I’m sorry.

    (I’m not fully educated yet either, so that might explain why too ;-) )

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