Sorry I haven't been posting. The hours & work load have been brutal, plus the school system blocking all blogs.
Out on the field there is a soccer game going on; I have a rehab circuit going on with 7 kids in the corner by the high jump, and I'm doing some manual therapy against the nearby fieldhouse. The athlete has an anteriorly subluxing shoulder. The itiology is scapular dyskinesis, primarly due to some muscle imbalances between the rhomboids & serratus anterior. You will see this quite a bit with athletes that do a lot of bench press. Yes I'm doing quite a bit of neuromuscular work. However, a positional fault of the humeral head in the glenoid fossa has been created. It requires direct & indirect work on the capsule itself.
The athlete is doing what I call a "windshield wiper" wallslide. He begins facing the wall, then takes a cross step with his left foot. The hips & shoulder are moving out of sync. The technique is FMR-to be specific I'm doing an posterior/inferior glide to this athlete's L GH joint. If you are familiar with a Mulligan N.A.G., it is very similar. The motion of the body enhances it.