By properly dialing in all of the key players and placing your shoulder in the ideal joint position (centration)--you can have strong and healthy shoulders EVEN if you have a mechanical injury.
Not only that, but repairing the damaged tissue might not be the best choice either. Studies have shown that exercise and surgery provide equivalent relief--BUT those who exercised were stronger and less likely of re-injury.
I know (intimately) how an injury can make you feel powerless-- whether you want to smash weights in the gym, or reach for the top shelf without fear of a sharp pain. I've been there myself, and I've worked with hundreds in person (and thousands via the internet) to solve these problems.
Handstands, L-sits, Skin the Cats, and other advanced strength movements really separate this program from most "shoulder rehab" today. These "Multi-Vector" exercises are essential to healthy shoulder function. Just staying in the normal planes of movement (Like bench press and overhead press) don't train the entire shoulder.
You see, I believe that "good enough" just isn't good enough.
I want to take you ALL THE WAY from aches and pains into an athletic beast with shoulders like cannonballs. By smartly progressing into advanced strength and mobility movements, you significantly lower your risk of re-injuring your shoulder.