Shoulder Injuries In Younger Athletes – Michael B. Cannone, D.O.

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In the shoulder, you see clavicle fractures, you see dislocations, labral tears

Kids that are overusing they’ll have, first of all, an imbalance of their shoulder musculature and a tightness in their capsules. 

So we focus on having them regain flexibility in the areas they don’t have it, as well as balancing out the musculature in the shoulder. 

The biggest thing is to identify the problem before they have a pathologic injury that requires surgery.

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