How to Decrease Upper Trap Tightness and Improve Upper Back Mobility




Join Michele Schultz, PT, DPT from React Physical Therapy for a live webinar as she provides education and demonstrations focused on decreasing upper trap tightness and addressing upper back mobility with the use of active releases, stretches, and a functional warm-up. With spending more time at home and performing home-workouts, it is important to incorporate simple movements into your routine to decrease the risk of injury while staying active.

To follow along live with the demonstrations, make sure to grab a broom/some sort of pole, a foam roller, and a lacrosse ball

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