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The importance of Subclavius function, and the use of P.A.I.L.’s for increasing neural drive

March 20, 2012

In this video taken from a recent F.A.P. ‘Upper Limb’ seminar, Dr. Spina discusses the importance of the Subclavius muscle in maintaining proper scapular-humeral rhythm.  Further, he discusses the utilization of Progressive Angular Isometric Loading (P.A.I.L’s) in improving neural drive (or ‘muscle activation’) and thus how it can be utilized to improve joint mechanics.

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