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Doctor insights on: How To Tell If You Have A Winged Scapula

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How can you tell if you have a winged scapula or not?

How can you tell if you have a winged scapula or not?

Physical Examination: A winged scapula can be diagnosed by an orthopaedic surgeon. Presence of a winged scapula may indicate underlying shoulder pathology that may need treatment. Recommend you seek a consult for evaluation. ...Read more

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Can I lift weights if I have a winged scapula?

Can I lift weights if I have a winged scapula?

Yes: Yes. Winging of the scapula should not prevent weight lifting. It is caused my nerve injury that weakens the muscles that keep your scapula in its normal position. This should not limit weight lifting ...Read more

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I have a winged scapula condition. What exercises could I do to fix this?

I have a winged scapula condition. What exercises could I do to fix this?

Seratus Anterior : The serratus anterior is responsible for pulling the scapula (shoulder blade) towards the ribs, and therefore it is very important that individuals with scapular winging learn and implement therapeutic exercises for this muscle. Some examples can be seen at http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=okdl4y4h3oo or http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=v6qnmz278w. ...Read more

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Are winged scapula abnormal?

Are winged scapula abnormal?

Yes.: Can indicate poor function of the nerve that controls the muscles that keep the scapula flat against the rib cage. ...Read more

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How can you fix winged scapula?

How can  you fix winged scapula?

Physical therapy.: Assuming that the nerve that innervates the muscles that keep the scapula against the rib cage is not damaged, then physical therapy is usually indicated to correct the winging. ...Read more

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Is there a way to fix a winged scapula?

Is there a way to fix a winged scapula?

Winged Scapula: Depends on how long you have had it. It can be caused by many things but all result in nerve damage to the long thoracic nerve. The most common cause of scapular winging is serratus anterior paralysis.Many of the causes are serious and some just result in damage to the nerve that many improve. Phy therapy may be of help. ...Read more

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How can I cure fallen (winged) scapula?

How can I cure fallen (winged) scapula?

Winged scapula: Depends upon the causation. You should be evaluated by either a neurologist or orthopaedic specialist ...Read more

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What is the solution to winged scapula?

Diagnosis?: There are many and varied reasons for a winged scapula. In our practice the vast majority of patients have scapular winging secondary to shoulder instability so it is important to have a comprehensive evaluation to determine the root cause of the winging before moving ahead with treatment. ...Read more

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How can I treat fallen (winged) scapula?

How can I treat fallen (winged) scapula?

Scapular Winging: While there can be different reasons for a winged scapula, the most common one has to do with a muscle called the serratus anterior. Depending on the underlying reason, how it came about (e.g. Injury vs chronic), and severity, there are conservative ; surgical treatments. The first step is to see a sports med dr. Or physiatrist. They will examine, get more info, and may recommend physical therapy. ...Read more