K-POWER® SHOULDER AND ARM PROTOCOL
K-POWER® SHOULDER AND ARM PROTOCOL

K-Power® Shoulder and Arm Protocol

 

Learn how to correct various shoulder injuries like Rotator Cuff Injury, tendonitis and other common shoulder challenges. Go as deep as manual muscle testing the function of each and every one of the 22 Muscles of the Shoulder Girdle. Apply various advanced techniques to correct muscle function and neuromuscular integration to improve joint mobility, flexibility, stability and muscle contractile efficiency for greater results. Get to the root of the imbalance rather than dealing only with the symptoms.

Examine the shoulder and arm regions with the skill of a professional. Therapists will look mainly at the movements of flexion, extension, internal and external rotation etc. We go beyond this and help you to develop the skill and understanding to evaluate and balance muscle imbalances in the 22 (yes, twenty-two!) muscles of the Shoulder Girdle to provide far more options for clients in pain relief and improvement of restricted movement.

 

UPGRADE  YOUR CAREER.

FINE  TUNE YOUR SKILLS

  •  Develop skills and understanding in evaluating, identifying, and balancing biomechanical, muscular,emotional, nutritional imbalances within the specific body region.
  • A complete Muscle Test and Techniques protocol with research proven effectiveness.
  • Balance the cause of the symptoms rather than dealing only with symptoms and compensations.
  • Improve neural and Myofascial communication, circulation, mobility, flexibility, and sports performance
  • Reduce the possibility of strain, and promote speedy recovery from an injury.
  • Greatly reduce pain in minutes and achieve long lasting results.

MUSCLES  COVERED;

  • Pectoralis Major Clavicular.
  • Pectoralis Major Sternal.
  • Subclavius.
  • Anterior Serratus.
  • Anterior Deltoid.
  • Supraspinatus.
  • Latissimus Dorsi.
  • Lower Trapezius.
  • Middle Trapezius.
  • Middle Deltoid.
  • Posterior Deltoid.
  •  Infraspinatus.
  • Subscapularis.
  • Coracobrachialis.
  • Teres Minor.
  • Teres Major.
  • Levator Scapulae.
  • Rhomboids.
  • Upper Trapezius.
  • Biceps.
  • Triceps.
  • Pectoralis Minor.
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