During my physical therapy graduate education, postural assessment was a key factor in all evaluations. And we were taught that the shoulder of dominant hand was often lower than the opposite side. And that was it. No true explanation for why and no recommendation that it could possibly altered. Just merely, a nice party trick to tell people you knew something about them just by looking at them. They are amazed that you could tell. Wouldn’t it be more amazing if you could actually alter that posturing?
It wasn’t until someone pointed out that my Right shoulder was lower than my Left that I began to really […]