How to Fix Winged Scapula (5 Exercises)

In this video I discuss a condition called Winged Scapula aka Scapula Winging.

This condition is caused by an injury to the long thoracic nerve. This nerve innervates the Serratus Anterior muscle which is responsible for maintaining the shoulder blades attached to the rib cage.

When the Serratus Anterior muscle is weak, the scapula protrudes and it can cause discomfort and affect the range of motion of the shoulder.  The person with the winged scapula may also feel discomfort when sitting on a chair because the shoulder blades is sticking out more than normal.

These video shows you 5 scapula exercises to strengthen the serratus anterior muscle and correct your winging shoulder blade.

For a complete 10 week online program to fix a winged scapula visit http://WingedScapulaFix.com

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Dr. Jose Guevara

Hi! :) My name’s Dr. Guevara and I want to thank you for visiting my page. I’m passionate about health and love helping people attain and maintain their optimal physical condition. Through my knowledge and expertise I’ve been able to help thousands of people get out of pain and my goal is to do the same for you. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

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