Scapular Winging

Scapular winging is an abnormal protrusion of the scapula (shoulder blade) due to dysfunction of the muscles that stabilize it, mainly the serratus anterior muscle. Dysfunction of the serratus anterior occurs with injury to the long thoracic nerve. Read More

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