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Old 06-01-2007, 07:29 PM   #3
Wayne Nelson
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The biceps also perform supination, and so might be causing excessive overload when in that hand position. So, a different hand position may help as Kevin suggests. Also, the biceps compensate for the rotator cuff when it is unable to keep up with demands. There may be double overload happening here. Also, adhesions of the tendon can reduce tendon mobility and complicate the situation.

The question to answer is: What isn't working right that is causing the biceps to over work or that is irritating the tendon (eg. scapular positioning)?
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