Rotator Cuff

A search term on my blog yesterday was “rotator cuff exercises for stroke patient.”  The exercises to strengthen the rotator cuff are the same whether you had a stroke or not. The muscles and nerves are all the same as… Read More ›


If you don’t use it, you lose it.  Ain’t that the truth.  When I was a PT, shoulders were my favorite thing to treat.  They were super easy to treat and once you lose function in your arm then regain… Read More ›

Rotator Cuff

Your rotator cuff is in your shoulder.  It’s made up of 4 muscles.  The acronym for these muscles is SITS.  That stands for the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis.  These muscles are responsible for most of the motion of the… Read More ›

Frozen Shoulder

I used to be a member of this Facebook group and a couple of people said that they were diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder after their stroke.  I didn’t know that could happen.  But one thing I’ve learned is that anything… Read More ›