Shoulder stabilisation in 4 point kneeling

This is an instructional video to correctly demonstrate Shoulder stabilisation in 4 point kneeling.

The content in this video is provided for general information purposes only and is not meant to replace a physiotherapy or medical consultation.

Step by Step

  1. If you need to improve your rotator cuff function due to a shoulder problem then this is an excellent exercise for early rehabilitation.
  2. It works the muscles in a closed chain position, which increases rotator cuff activity.
  3. It is a good exercise if you have some restricted movement or significant pain but it is important to know that you will need to advance to other exercises as you improve.
  4. Starting on your hands and knees, in 4 point kneeling, with good neutral posture.
  5. Gently lean forwards, backwards and side to side.
  6. Perform 10 repetitions for each side in each direction and repeat for 3 sets in total.

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