Bill: Look at me! I’m getting healthy and strong..
TFS: Hey, that’s awesome Bill, way to go!
Bill: Oh wait, I forgot about the Parkinson’s. I CAN’T RAISE MY HANDS ABOVE MY HEAD!! STOP LYING ABOUT ME
And he wonders why people don’t take him seriously. It’s like he wants PLM.
True. It is used in PT for those who have a rotator cuff injury which prevents raising of the arm. Usually, most people with a rotator cuff injury experience moderate to severe pain trying to impersonate an NFL referee or Hulk Hogan showing his pythons.
I’ve known many people that have had surgery or other therapy for a rotator cuff problem.
Bill must have the one you get from Parkinson’s.
For more information on wall crawls and how it can help a real injury –