scaption

scap·tion

(skap'shŭn)
Elevation of the glenohumeral joint in the plane of the scapula, which is approximately 30 degrees of horizontal adduction from the frontal plane.
[scapula + elevation]
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Global shoulder ROM with tubing 10-12 and/or resistance band Stage II Shoulder PNF D1 & D2 patterns with band 12 (2-4 weeks) Side-lying external/internal rotation with band 12 Scaption with 10 lb dumbbell to shoulder height 10 Low row with resistance band 12 Prone dynamic scapular setting exercises (YTWL) 12 Wall push-up and push-up plus 12 Prone push-up and push-up plus 12 Rhythmic GHJ stabilization/perturbation drills 10 in supine position with clinician resistance Stage III BOSU push-up and push up plus 15 (> 4 weeks) Single-leg plank push-up 15 Exercise ball shoulder press and scaption 15 Exercise ball dumbbell chest press 15 Wall balls (medicine ball) Max Standing single arm push-press 12 Kettlebell arm bar exercise 10-12 Phase Exercises/Stretches Sets Time Stage I 1.
com Scaption and shrug THIS is a slight variation on the conventional shoulder raise and targets the shoulders and upper back.
General strengthening of the supraspinatus muscle may help minimize potential shoulder problems and can be best accomplished with an exercise called scaption (see fig.
The phase included scaption exercise (0 -30 degree abduction), internal, external rotator strengthening exercise (0 degree of abduction, scaption (0-60 degree), internal and external rotators (45 degree of abduction), and biceps (0-90 degree) exercise.
According to the patient, among trained exercises, the following are still conducted: Push up, push up plus, neck strengthening exercises, scaption, and biceps strengthening.
Other possible exercises are low rows, scapular punches, scaption and scapular protraction exercises.
The supraspinatus is best trained with an exercise called scaption.