The pectorals minor is stretched with retraction, elevation, and upward rotation of the scapula at the scapulocostal joint.
- This stretch is usually performed by leaning in against the frame of a door.
- The same-side foot is forward and the client leans in, transferring weight onto the forward foot.
- The arm is abducted to approximately 135 degrees and then extended back.
- The scapula is upwardly rotated via scapulohumeral rhythm when the arm is abducted at the glenohumeral joint.