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These shoulder pain relief stretches are great for helping to relieve general shoulder pain and shoulder tightness. The shoulder stretches are done in real time, so they are easy to follow. Buy a worksheet with these shoulder stretches: 🤍 In general when stretching the shoulders, you should hold most stretches for 30 seconds, and do them 3 times. Sometimes you might not have enough time to go through your whole routine, which can be time consuming. If you are in a hurry, still hold the shoulder stretches for 30 seconds, but do less reps. A quick warm up will help warm up and loosen the shoulder muscles to help get them going. A great way to stretch the shoulder is by stretching out the joint capsule. You can stretch the posterior capsule or a cross arm stretch, and you can stretch the inferior capsule with a triceps stretch. Also, stretching some of your rotator cuff muscles, like the subscapularis may help relieve the shoulder pain. If going into external rotation of your shoulder is painful, you can modify this stretch. Finally, a chest or pec stretch and an upper trap stretch will help the shoulder and neck areas. Related Videos: Shoulder Pain Treatment & Rehab Stretches: 🤍 Shoulder Pain Top 3 Exercises: 🤍 = Dr. Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Ask Doctor Jo on Patreon for as little as $1 a month, and get cool rewards: 🤍 = Shoulder Pain Relief Stretches – 5 Minute Real Time Routine: 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. This content should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they give you. Consult with your healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. Use of this content is at your sole risk.
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes conditions associated with neck pain. Follow me on twitter: 🤍 Find me on Instagram 🤍OrthoInitiative Shoulder pain Shoulder pain is most commonly associated with injury to the muscles, tendons, and ligaments within the shoulder. However, this pain can also originate from the area of the cervical spine and radiate into the arm. There are 2 main joints within the shoulder, the acromioclavicular joint (AC joint) and glenohumeral humeral joint is the shoulder joint. The acromion and the clavicle combined to form the AC joint. The glenohumeral joint is a ball-and-socket joint which involves articulation between the head of the humerus and the glenoid fossa of the scapula. There are 4 major muscles at the shoulder joint that are responsible for movement of the shoulder. These are the 4 muscles: • Subscapularis • Superaspinatus • Infraspinatus • Teres minor In addition to the 4 muscles, the biceps is an important shoulder and elbow muscle. The for shoulder muscles can be in front, or in back of the shoulder. The subscapularis muscle is present in front of the shoulder. Here you can see the relationship between the subscapularis muscle and the 2 heads of the bicep muscle. The supraspinatus is a relatively small but important muscle that runs from the top portion of the scapula and inserts into the top of the humeral head. And from the back position or the posterior position, the muscles of the shoulder joint include the infraspinatus and teres minor muscles. These muscles of the shoulder combined to form a thick cuff that is important in stabilizing the shoulder as well as elevating and rotating the arm. Common causes of shoulder pain includes impingement. 50% of all patients to go to the doctor for shoulder pain will have an impingement syndrome. With rotator cuff tendonitis, raising the arm is painful. Elevation of the arm causes squeezing of the bursa located above the supraspinatus tendon and below the acromion. Bursitis is a frequent cause of shoulder pain and usually occurs in conjunction with an impingement syndrome. Irritation of this bursa will often cause pain due to overuse. Tears of the rotator cuff is a common cause of pain associated with the shoulder. Most tears occur in the supraspinatus muscles and the tear can be either partial or complete, with complete tears of the tendon usually requiring surgery. With tears of the rotator cuff, the patient is unable to raise the arm. Biceps tendonitis is a condition that affects the area where the biceps muscle meets the front of the shoulder. The pain is in front of the shoulder. Tendonitis of the biceps usually develops as a result of rotator cuff tendonitis. The labrum is a cuff of tissue surrounding the rim of the glenoid which helps to keep the head of the humerus in place within the shoulder joint. Tears of that glenoid labrum is often associated with significant shoulder pathology. Two of the most common labral injuries are: • SLAP tear • Bankart lesion A SLAP tear is different from a Bankart lesion. The SLAP tear is not common and is difficult to diagnose. The SLAP tear occurs at the point where the tendon of the biceps muscle inserts on the labrum. The pain associated with a SLAP tear is deep within the shoulder or in the back of the shoulder. The patient complains of catching, popping, or clicking sensations. Pain with throwing a ball and pain with overhead activities. The O'Brien's test is the most commonly used test for the diagnosis of a SLAP tear. MRI arthrogram is usually helpful. Bankart lesion occurs as a result of dislocation of the shoulder. When an individual sustains a shoulder dislocation, that ultimately tears the labrum. The AC joint is located at the top of the shoulder, where the acromion of the scapula and the clavicle joint together. This joint can be affected by inflammation, arthritis, or osteolysis or injury. Osteolysis of the distal end of the clavicle can be seen, especially weightlifters. Another common cause of shoulder pain is arthritis of the shoulder. The patient will have global pain with decreased painful range of motion that is restricted. X-ray will show the arthritis. The treatment of shoulder pain depends entirely on the cause of the problem. If you are not sure about the cause of your shoulder pain, or if you do not know the specific treatment recommendation for your condition, then you should seek medical attention.
What is a painful arc sign? The painful arc sign is a clinical tool used to determine if a patient is experiencing what is called subacromial impingement. Subacromial impingement is a fancy way of saying structures in the shoulder are getting compressed or impinged, while lifting the arm overhead or away from your body. Painful Arc Test: Easy test to administer on yourself if you are having shoulder pain. The test is positive if you have minimal to no pain at the beginning of the motion, PAIN in the MIDDLE ranges of lifting the arm, then minimal to no pain when your arm is fully overhead. What to do? Aside from seeing a skilled Physical Therapist here are 3 exercises to help with symptoms: 1. Pectoralis stretch 2. Scapular retraction 3. Shoulder adduction 🤍3dpt.com
Home exercises to relieve shoulder pain, eliminate shoulder impingement, and heal your rotator cuff tendonitis! The key is treating two critical areas that are likely causing your impingement - improving your shoulder posture and strengthening your rotator cuff. This combination has been proven to decrease common rotator cuff tendonitis pain and improve function. = LINK TO JARED’S 36” FOAM ROLLER: 🤍 LINK TO JARED’S RESISTANCE BAND SET: 🤍 = The most-common type of shoulder pain I encounter as a physical therapist is “shoulder impingement” or “rotator cuff tendonitis”. Most “day-to-day” shoulder pain starts out as this irritation which then progresses to more pain if left untreated. It’s important that you catch it early and intervene with the right exercises to eliminate pain and improve your shoulder function right away! WHAT IS ROTATOR CUFF SHOULDER PAIN The majority of rotator cuff injuries happen to the “supraspinatus” tendon. This is because of its anatomical location and arrangement. This tendon sits right underneath the AC joint “roof” and right on top of the humeral head. As the shoulder ball moves in the shoulder socket, this tendon can get “pinched” causing irritation, inflammation, and pain. This is rarely a “one time” incident. This is an overuse injury that occurs with time and repeated faulty motion. It starts as slight pain every now and then and can progress to more intense pain most of the time. HOW TO TREAT ROTATOR CUFF SHOULDER PAIN There are two important anatomical structures that contribute to shoulder impingement: the AC joint (or “roof” over the shoulder) and the humeral head (the “ball” of the “ball and socket” joint). We can alleviate rotator cuff impingement and tendonitis by improving the position of the AC joint with postural corrections and improving the function of the humeral head by strengthening the rotator cuff. BEST EXERCISES FOR SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT DOORWAY STRETCHES FOAM ROLLER STRETCHES SCAP PINCHES ATYW EXTERNAL ROTATION WITH BAND INTERNAL ROTATION WITH BAND ⭐️ Did you try the shoulder exercises in this video? Did they help you? I LOVE hearing from you - leave your experience in a COMMENT and let me know how you feel! ⭐️ If you did like this video, hit the THUMBS UP button to LIKE this video above. That help more people to find it here on YouTube so thanks so much for doing that! ⭐️ Finally, if you haven’t SUBSCRIBED to Tone and Tighten yet I would love to see you back here for more videos in the future! Hit the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON above and be sure you hit that little “bell” to get notified of a new T&T video the moment it goes out. = OTHER GREAT VIDEOS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: ✅ HOW TO SLEEP WITH SHOULDER PAIN: 🤍 ✅ HOW TO FIX SHOULDER POPPING: 🤍 ✅ ROTATOR CUFF EXERCISES: 🤍 ✅ HOME EXERCISES FOR SHOULDER STABILITY: 🤍 ✅ BEST BAND/CABLE EXERCISES FOR ROTATOR CUFF: 🤍 = DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. This content should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they give you. Consult with your healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless T&T Digital Media, LLC and its officers for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. T&T Digital Media, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. Use of this content is at your sole risk.
Shoulder pain can be caused by many different anatomical structures in the body, like the neck, a bursa, tendon or even a rib. In this video, chiropractor Jasper Hulscher shares the tests which are commonly used to diagnose which structure causes the shoulder pain. More information about us can be found on: 🤍 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 🤍
If you have shoulder pain when you lift weights or simply lift your arms up over your head, then you’ll want to watch this video. Here I’m going to show you how to fix shoulder pain and impingement forever by attacking the issue at the root cause and giving you the right rotator cuff exercises and progressions to do to get this to go away once and for all. As always, it starts with a look into the anatomy of the shoulder. First, the source of many problems when it comes to shoulder pain is the supraspinatus tendon. The supraspinatus muscle is one of the muscles of the rotator cuff. It originates on the upper surface of the scapula and feeds through a small space in the shoulder joint to attach to the upper humerus. Given the limited room inside the joint already because of ligaments, bursa and an already tight shoulder capsule from limited shoulder mobility, the supraspinatus tendon can become pinched when the arm is lifted overhead. This is sometimes the direct cause of the inflammation that one gets and the shoulder tendonitis that one experiences that keeps them from performing upper body exercises without pain. There is a second important cause of this pain however, that left untreated, will continue to cause a recurrence of the pain without ever getting to the bottom of the real issue. This is the fact that the supraspinatus tendon in the shoulder (as well as the biceps tendon for that matter) have an orientation that leads to them bending around the bone they attach to when the arm is moved into certain positions. This cause a compression stress on the underside of the tendon. When this occurs, the breakdown of the tendon and resulting inflammation is being caused directly by the inability of the tendon to accommodate to the normal stresses of the joint. Sure, the joint itself becomes even more crowded and unable to safely house the tendon as additional inflammation and swelling mount up. Just doing things to strengthen the rotator cuff in this case to try and open up more room in the joint by positioning the humerus in a more biomechanically safe position isn’t enough. Your training and rotator cuff exercises have to introduce an element of accommodating the shoulder joint to the stresses that the tendon is ill equipped to handle at this point. The way to do that is pretty simple. You need to use the right exercises, and more importantly, the right progression of exercises to push just as much as the tendon is capable of handling at this point. We use a banded external rotation exercise and something we call a sword raise to address this. First thing you want to do with either movement is aim to perform isometric sets. Simply hold the arm in the midrange position and aim to do so for 10 seconds for 5-10 reps. 3-5 sets is enough to get the job done. Ideally, you would save 3-5 days a week to perform this quick but effective routine. From there, you would increase to a concentric external rotation exercise as able. Same rules apply to the number of sets and days per week that you’d be doing this. Reps could be in the 12-15 range per set. Continue to work your way up to the stress that you are able to handle without pain. From there you would introduce a small eccentric stress by adding a step away action. Gradually increase this stress by taking a larger step away and then finally, get to a ballistic or plyometric stress on the tendon by incorporating a small jump out. Increasingly, the tendon will accommodate to the compression stress it incurs, and needs to be able to handle, but only as your body is capable of handling it. Instead of rushing into this and risking further aggravation of symptoms. Do it at this gradual pace and you will be able to fix your shoulder pain once and for all. For a step by step workout that incorporates corrective exercises into the overall workouts for building ripped athletic muscle, head to athleanx.com at the link below and get the A-X program best suited to your current goals. For more videos on how to fix shoulder pain and impingement while getting the best rotator cuff exercises to do, be sure to subscribe to our channel at the link below and remember to turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it’s published. Step by Step Workouts and Meals - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍
Counting down the four WORST positions to sleep in with a painful shoulder, and what you should be doing instead! Fix your sleeping position to minimize your shoulder pain and sleep better through the night. Simple tips from a physical therapist to help you get a more restful, pain-free night’s sleep and experience less shoulder pain when you wake up. The only thing worse than shoulder pain is shoulder pain that wakes you up in the middle of the night. We all know that sleep is important for healing; it’s the body’s time to recharge, recover, and repair. But when your sleep gets interrupted by the very thing it’s trying to heal… well… that’s a recipe for disaster. Most often the shoulder pain that you’re experiencing in the night or in the morning is due to your sleeping position with that shoulder. Most people unknowingly put too much pressure on it or hold it in such a position that stress is placed on already-impaired structures. If you suffer from shoulder pain that is waking you up at night or hurts so bad you can barely move it in the morning DO NOT despair! One of the best things you can do for it is to make some simple adjustments to HOW you’re sleeping to get a better night’s rest free from shoulder pain. In this video I’m sharing four simple tips to eliminate your nighttime shoulder pain. These are different fixes for your sleeping positions to decrease stress on your shoulder and help you to sleep better. I’ll present this in a “Top Four” format - we’ll countdown the four worst sleeping positions for your shoulder and I’ll give you some simple tips on what you can do instead to make for a more restful, comfortable night. WORST SLEEP POSITIONS FOR SHOULDER PAIN - AND WHAT TO DO INSTEAD! 4. ON YOUR BACK WITH YOUR HANDS BEHIND YOUR HEAD - it’s better to bring that arm down to your side, but even then it’s still in an extended position and can put stress on the front of your shoulder. Instead lay on back and supported under your your elbow 3. ON YOUR NON-PAINFUL SIDE, INJURED SIDE UP - Grab two pillows to hold it up (2 pillows better than one). Prop one under your elbow and the other in front of your body. 2. ON YOUR PAINFUL SIDE, INJURED SIDE DOWN - Best thing to do is unload it. Grab two pillows and put one about 6 inches below the other. This creates a canal to unload the shoulder as you have one supporting your torso and the other supporting your head/neck. 1. ON YOUR STOMACH WITH YOUR ARMS UNDER YOUR HEAD Honestly the fix here is just don’t do it. If you want to fix your shoulder pain, neck pain, upper back pain, and lower back pain - you need to stop sleeping on your stomach. I hope those tips help you to sleep better with your shoulder pain. I give those to my physical therapy patients regularly and I know they can be super effective. I hope you find them helpful in alleviating your pain as well. If you are experiencing shoulder pain, one of the best ways to relieve it is with the proper home rehabilitation exercises. These videos are some of my best stretching and strengthening routines you can do at home to alleviate shoulder pain: ✅ ELIMINATE SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT PAIN: 🤍 ✅ BEST EXERCISES FOR ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT: 🤍 ✅ ELIMINATE POPPING AND CLICKING IN YOUR SHOULDER: 🤍 ✅ AT HOME EXERCISES TO STRENGTHEN YOUR ROTATOR CUFF - NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED: 🤍 ➡️ MORE GREAT SLEEP VIDEOS FROM TONE AND TIGHTEN ⬅️ HOW TO SLEEP WITH BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA: 🤍 HOW TO SLEEP WITH NECK PAIN: 🤍 MORNING STRETCHING ROUTINE: 🤍 Be sure to LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE, and SHARE if you found this video useful!
6 of the best physical therapy exercises to eliminate shoulder pain. Shoulder impingement is one of the most-common causes of shoulder pain that I encounter in my physical therapy clinic. These are some of the most effective stretches and rotator cuff exercises to stop shoulder pain and help you to feel better. |KEEP READING FOR MORE LINKS!| JARED’S FAVORITE FOAM ROLLER: 🤍 JARED’S FAVORITE RESISTANCE BAND SET: 🤍 OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT FIND HELPFUL: ✅ UPDATED! EXERCISES FOR ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT: 🤍 ✅ ELIMINATE POPPING AND CLICKING IN YOUR SHOULDER: 🤍 ✅ EVALUATE YOUR SHOULDER PAIN AT HOME: 🤍 ✅ BEST DUMBBELL EXERCISES FOR SHOULDER PAIN: 🤍 Be sure to leave your comments below and share with your friends who you think would benefit from this information! The most-common cause of shoulder pain that I treat in my physical therapy clinic is a condition known as “impingement”. Your shoulder is a ball and socket joint. That “ball” should stay firmly seated in that “socket” during shoulder motions, especially overhead. If the head of the humerus (the ball) does not stay seated properly in the glenoid cavity (the socket) during motion it can “pinch” on the tendon and other structures up on the top of your shoulder. Over time, this can lead to pain, inflammation, and even a rotator cuff tear. It’s important that you address the cause of this pain quickly to avoid exacerbating the injury. The primary causes of shoulder impingement include poor posture, muscle weakness, joint tightness, and muscle imbalance. The most effective way to cure this impingement syndrome is to perform exercises that address these deficits. Posture is probably the number one cause of shoulder impingement. To demonstrate why this is an issue I want you to stand up and slump forward (exaggerate poor posture). Now try to reach your hands all the way over your head. You won’t be able to do it! You’ll get to about 160 degrees of motion and run into a block. That’s the impingement I’m talking about. You’re pinching those structures under the roof of your socket and it’s not allowing you to go any further. Now stand with great posture. Tuck your shoulder blades down and back and make sure your head is squarely over your shoulders. Now reach both arms up in over your head. You should find that you are able to reach a lot higher with a lot less pain. In order to achieve full overhead motion, your shoulder blade needs to upwardly rotate. This will enable you to achieve those last 20° of motion without pain. The second primary cause of shoulder impingement that I see in my clinic is rotator cuff weakness. You have 4 muscles that make up the “rotator cuff”. The primary function of the rotator cuff is to keep the head of the humerus (ball) seated squarely in the middle socket of the shoulder. Oftentimes muscle imbalance and shoulder/rotator cuff weakness can cause the head of the humerus to move towards the front of the shoulder. During overhead motions, there’s less room under the “roof” in the front of the shoulder than there is in the middle of the shoulder. This can cause shoulder pain and impingement during overhead motions. SO WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT IT? The best things you can do to eliminate shoulder impingement are to stretch the tight structures in the front of the shoulder and chest while strengthening the rotator cuff muscles in the back. This will promote a better anatomical position for the shoulder joint and enable you to move through these overhead motions with decreased pain and less “pinching” symptoms. The stretches and exercises that I recommend to patients experiencing this type of shoulder pain include: 1. Doorway Stretches (Low, Middle, and High): great stretch for the front of the chest and shoulders. I like the low position for the pull through the biceps tendon and I like the high position for the additional rotation component. 2. Foam Roller: lay on a 36” foam roller to stretch your chest and shoulders out. If you need to get one you can do so at this link: 🤍 3. Scapula Pinches: One of my favorite exercises to correct poor posture and help put your shoulder blades back in the correct position for function. 4. YTA: Easy shoulder and rotator cuff exercises you can do at home with zero equipment required. 5. Resisted External/Internal Rotation: My personal go-to exercises for rotator cuff strengthening. Remember while internal rotation will be strong, functionally speaking external rotation will be more important.
Sore shoulders are common when starting a new workout program or when exercising a little too hard. These stretches can help relax sore and tight shoulder muscles and provide pain relief. Buy a worksheet with these stretches 🤍 A posterior capsular stretch, biceps stretch, and an inferior (triceps) stretch are great ways to get the shoulder loosened back up when the muscles are sore. Some other great stretches for muscles in the front and back of the chest area, that also attach to the scapula or shoulder blade, are a chest (pec) stretch and a rhomboid stretch. Related Shoulder Videos: Shoulder Pain Treatment & Rehab Stretches: 🤍 Shoulder Pain Top 3 Exercises: 🤍 = Doctor Jo is a Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Ask Doctor Jo and get cool perks by becoming a YouTube Member: 🤍 More ways to support Ask Doctor Jo: 🤍 = 5 Sore Shoulder Stretches: 🤍 🤍 00:00 – Sore Shoulder Stretches 00:26 – Posterior Capsular Stretch 01:45 – Biceps Stretch 03:10 – Triceps or Inferior Capsular Stretch 04:30 – Chest or Pec Stretch 05:47 – Rhomboid Stretch DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a personalized treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. Perform the moves in this content at your own risk. These moves may not be appropriate for your specific situation, so get approval and guidance from your own healthcare provider before beginning. If anything is painful or doesn’t feel right, stop immediately and contact your healthcare provider. Don’t use this content to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare provider or to replace the advice they give you. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content.
Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes shoulder pain, diagnosis and treatment. Common causes of shoulder pain Bursitis/impingement •Bursitis or shoulder impingement is an inflammation or irritation of the bursa located just over the rotator cuff tendon of the supraspinatus muscle. •The acromial spur can cause impingement on the bursa and tendons. Biceps tendonitis/ inflammation •Biceps tendonitis is a condition that affects the area where the biceps muscle meets the front of the shoulder. It usually develops as a result of rotator cuff tendonitis. Rotator cuff tears •The supraspinatus is the most frequently torn of the rotator cuff tendons as it passes below the acromion. •Tears at its point of insertion into the humeral head can be described as either partial or complete thickness tears of the tendon with complete tear usually requiring surgery. Labral lesions •SLAP tear •Bankart tear
Build a ripped athletic body while fixing your shoulders here… 🤍 Shoulder pain and popping is one of the most common causes of missed workouts. Shoulder injuries are incredibly popular among gym goers, but not surprising when you consider the amount of mobility the shoulder joint has and the many ways we abuse that in our training. In this video, I’m going to show you a short term and long term fix for shoulder pain and the popping, cracking, etc that goes along with it. Start training hard and stop letting your bad shoulders get in the way of your progress in the gym. First, you must understand that there are many potential causes of shoulder pain when working out. Most often however it comes from an imbalance between the internal and external rotators of the shoulder. Unless you make a conscious effort to incorporate external rotation exercises into your shoulder workouts you will not do anything to counteract this from happening. The role of the rotator cuff muscles in your shoulders are to do exactly this. They are there for external rotation of the glenohumeral joint to help keep the arm in a good position as you raise it up overhead. The rotator cuff muscles (three of the four muscles) will externally rotate the humerus to keep it from banging into the acromion as you elevate the arm. They also keep the head of the ball and socket centered in the socket with the elevation as well. In order to temporarily reposition an internally rotated head however, you want to do the drill that I’m showing you here. Begin by placing your back against a wall and trying to keep the back of your elbows and the radial side of your index fingers in contact with the wall. Try to raise both arms overhead (keeping the elbows against the wall every inch of the way until you reach the height of your shoulders). At this point you will allow your elbows to come off the wall but you want to keep your fingers against the wall for the remainder of the raise. Slowly lower your arms back down to your sides and repeat the movement for a total of 5 to 6 reps. You may find that with each rep you are able to keep your fingers and elbows in contact with the wall further and further. When done, step away from the wall and attempt to raise your arms up overhead again. If you had shoulder pain and popping or clicking before, you should see that almost all of it is gone now. You’ve effectively repositioned your humerus by activating the shoulder external rotators. This is a short term fix however. In order to do this long term you must incorporate rotator cuff strengthening into your daily workout program. We have a complete training program that not only helps you to build ripped athletic muscle but keeps your shoulders and joints healthy at the same time. This is called the ATHLEAN-X Training System. You can get this program at 🤍 and start seeing your best and safest results ever. For more videos for shoulder pain when working out as well as exercises for shoulder pain, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
What is Causing Your Shoulder Pain? Tendonitis? Bursitis? How to Know? This program video focuses on how to tell if your shoulder pain is because of tendonitis or bursitis. Bob and Brad go through the signs of each to help you figure out if either could be causing you pain. Youtube Channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 This video is part of a series of videos for how to treat Shoulder Pain. Check the full series of videos along with the downloadable guide sheets for each video on our website here: 🤍 Our videos offer the best "get fit , stay healthy, and pain-free" information directed toward people 0 to 101 years old. Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck have over 50 years of combined. We try to add a twist of our humor into each video in our quest to be the "Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet" In our opinion of course!!! Subscribe to us now and join the fun. Not only will these videos provide outstanding health information on treating yourself at home, we also do product reviews. For our favorite products on Amazon click on this link: 🤍 Visit us on our other social media platforms: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Bob and Brad’s Products: Grip and Forearm Strengthener: 🤍 Wall Anchor: 🤍 Booyah Stik: 🤍 Knee Glide: 🤍 Fit Glide: 🤍 Massage Gun: 🤍 Hanging Handles: 🤍 Check out our shirts, mugs, bags and more in our Bob and Brad merchandise shop here: 🤍 Check out other products Bob and Brad Love: 🤍 Check out The Bob & Brad Crew on YouTube by clicking here: 🤍 Want to help translate our videos? We would so love the help! 🤍 Medical Disclaimer All information, content, and material of this website is for informational purposes only and are not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Affiliate disclaimer: Keep in mind that we may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases. However, this does not impact our reviews and comparisons. We are highly selective in our products and try our best to keep things fair and balanced in order to help you make the best choice for you.
Download your FREE Exercise worksheet with all the exercises as demonstrated in the video, Shoulder impingement exercises | Free Worksheet, here: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 ★☆★ If you enjoyed this video and want to support us please leave a LIKE, write a comment on this video and Share it with your friends. Subscribe to our channel on YouTube and click the 🔔 icon for notifications when we add a new video. Let us know in the comments if you have any questions. In this video, I will share the best Shoulder impingement exercise with you. This Shoulder Impingement exercise has a 98% success rate! A 98% success rate, is unheard of when it comes to the effectiveness of shoulder exercises. Time Stamp 00:00 Introduction 01:30 Basic Anatomy of Shoulder Impingement 02:42 Impingement Tests 04:31 98% Success Rate Exercise 07:37 Infraspinatus Exercise 08:28 Teres Major and Latissimus Dorsi Exercise I see my role as a teacher, which means I am striving to make myself progressively unnecessary. "Without knowledge, action is useless and knowledge without action is futile" Abu Bakr It is my belief, that increasing your understanding of the problem significantly enhances the result of the exercises. I will therefore try to educate you in the aetiology of shoulder impingements as well. This brief education should not only enhance your understanding of shoulder impingements but also make the exercises a lot more effective I will briefly educate you in basic shoulder anatomy. Next, I will demonstrate two easy tests which will help to determine if the shoulder pain is indeed caused by impingement. If it is, the exercises will be very beneficial for you indeed. Lastly, I will share a total of three highly effective exercises with you. The first exercise is a two-parter and has a success rate of 98% All the exercises have the specific goal to increase the space in the shoulder where the impingement normally takes place. This space is called the Subacromial space. Our Clinics Milton Chiropractic Clinic 2 Ely Road Milton, Cambridge CB24 6DD United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 1223 864444 🤍 Fornham Chiropractic Clinic Unit 10 Fornham Business Court Hall Farm Fornham St Martin Bury St Edmunds IP31 1SL United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 1284 220202 🤍 #shoulder #painrelief #exercises 💜 Thank you for watching our video: FREE Shoulder Impingement Exercises (98% Success Rate!) with Exercise Worksheet!
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Dr. Ebraheim's animated educational video describing referred pain around the shoulder and neck. Shoulder pain is common. The presence of pain around the shoulder does not always mean it is a shoulder problem. Pain can come from the structures inside the shoulder or from the structures outside of the shoulder.The pain can be referred from the neck problems ( cervical spine pathology) or from other distant sites. Elbow pain may be rarely transmitted to the shoulder. The shoulder is a common area for referred pain and examination of the shoulder should include an examination of there other areas. One of these areas that can cause pain referred to the shoulder is the neck, such as a herniated cervical disc or cervical spine pathology. The muscles and the nerves that arise from the neck area will pass through and around the shoulder on their way down the arm. The pain may radiate to the shoulder of the scapula. The pain is usually at the superomedial aspect of the scapula. This is an example of the most common area of referred pain from neck pathology and disc herniation. The pain originating from the neck region may overlap the shoulder. Usually, the pain in the neck is felt on top of the shoulder over the area of the trapezius muscle. Pain from the shoulder itself is usually felt at the top of the arm. If the shoulder moves freely without pain, then the neck is the source of the pain. Sometimes these conditions are confusing and difficult to differentiate (they usually overlap), especially when neck related shoulder pain causes weakness of the rotator cuff muscles, causes the shoulder to become stiff or causes shoulder impingement. Pain arising from the acromioclavicular joint can radiate into the neck itself. Sometimes MRI is the only accurate study that helps in differentiating between neck pain and shoulder pain. When cervical spine problems are suspected, the physician should examine the patient for findings of gait disturbance and long tract signs which will indicate that the patient may have cervical myelopathy. A positive Spurling's test will indicate neck pathology, especially nerve root irritation. A positive shoulder abduction test usually indicates neck pathology. The patient’s symptoms are relieved by shoulder abduction, by placing the hand over the head. Heart problems such as myocardial infarction or angina may cause pain radiating to the left shoulder. Irritation of the diaphragm may present itself as shoulder pain. The diaphragm may share the same C4-C5 nerve root irritation. The chest and upper abdomen should be examined carefully for possible pathology. A Pancoast tumor is another condition which causes referred pain in the shoulder region. A Pancoast tumor is a type of lung cancer that forms at the very top of the lung. Shoulder pain may be the first symptom of pancost tumor. The post tumor may invade the brachial plexus, the ribs, the vertebral bodies, the pleura and the chest wall, causing shoulder pain. Sometimes spine fractures may present was shoulder pain. The fracture may irritate the rhomboids muscles and transmit pain to the scapula. Follow me on twitter: 🤍 Donate to the University of Toledo Foundation Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Endowed Chair Fund: 🤍
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Simply hanging from a bar or tree branch can potentially help shoulder pain! Dr. Kirsch, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, details a protocol around hanging and light weightlifting in his book to cure shoulder pain. Hanging has been an important part of movement forever, though, and has been incorporated into athletics and movement cultures for a long time. I hope it can help some of you! I'm SLIGHTLY under the weather in this video, so I'm not quite as articulate as I sometimes am. If I'm speaking extra fast, that's why. As mentioned in the video, some shoulder pain, unfortunately, can't be addressed with hanging or even exercise in general. If concerned, please consult your doctor for more information. Reference the book to them, as some general practitioners are quick to dismiss anything they haven't heard of before. (Which is somewhat understandable, as they probably do hear a lot of nonsense on the daily). Legal Notice: Consult your doctor before beginning any kind of exercise program. This video does not replace a physical therapy program or consultation with a medical professional. #hybridcalisthenics #shoulderpain #pain #shoulder #hanging #pullupbar - Free Fitness Routine: 🤍 Join our Discord community! 🤍 Shirts: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 FaceBook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Subreddit: 🤍 All Other Links: 🤍
Shoulder pain tests will tell you two important things. First, you’ll learn what type of shoulder injury you have. Second, that will tell you what exercises you can do to recover. Coach E will demonstrate four tests for shoulder pain that tell you whether you might be suffering from a type of shoulder impingement or an AC joint dysfunction. You can perform each of these tests by yourself. You won’t need a physical therapist or even a buddy to assist you. It begins with a progression eliminating shoulder impingement (including rotator cuff tendonitis and bursitis) and moves to confirming AC joint dysfunction. Once you know what you’re dealing with, you can safely start rehab exercises for pain relief, knowing that you won’t be inadvertently injuring a different part of your shoulder. The good news is that many shoulder injuries can be repaired by changing how you load the joint and waking up sleepy muscles that aren’t doing their jobs. After performing the shoulder pain tests, check out the links below to get started with exercises that will help alleviate the pain for good. Don’t forget to like and subscribe if you found this helpful. IN THIS VIDEO 00:00 - Intro 01:18 - Hawkins Self Test 01:57 - Painful Arc Test 03:14 - Horizontal Adduction Test 03:55 - AC Joint Distraction (Bad Cop) Test 05:05 - Next Steps and Recommendations RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED AC Joint Pain Exercises for Shoulder Rehab: 🤍 Shoulder Impingement - 8 Exercises & Strategies to Treat It for Good: 🤍 What to Do If You’ve Sprained Your Acromioclavicular Joint: 🤍 Shoulder Pain Solution: 🤍 - eliminate shoulder pain with a 3 phase, easy-to-follow program that addresses the root cause of your pain, whether it’s shoulder impingement, rotator cuff tears, bursitis, scapular winging, serratus anterior dysfunction, or wear and tear. Precision Movement Academy: 🤍 - includes everything you need to get ALL of your joints and muscles functioning properly to eliminate compensations and imbalances so you can get back to and keep doing the things you love, for life ROM Coach app (free!): 🤍 - our beautiful mobile app to improve your mobility and help you achieve movement longevity, includes the Daily Movement Tuneup and gives you 3 new exercises that will activate every muscle and mobilize every joint in your body every 1-2 weeks (only 3-5 mins/day!) Medical Disclaimer The medical information on any/all of our content is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information does not create any patient-physician relationship, and should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Please consult your health care provider before making any health care decisions or for guidance about a specific medical condition.
This video is brought to you by the Stanford Medicine 25 to teach you the common causes of shoulder pain and how to diagnose them by the physical exam. The Stanford Medicine 25 program for bedside medicine at the Stanford School of Medicine aims to promote the culture of bedside medicine to make current and future clinicians and other healthcare provides better at the art of physical diagnosis and more confident at the bedside of their patients. Visit us: Website: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Diagnoses covered in this video: Rotator Cuff Pathology Impingement Syndrome Biceps Tendinopathy Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder) Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Disease Shoulder Instability Labral Tears (SLAP Lesions)
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Doctor Andrea Furlan demonstrates 15 exercises for shoulder impingement, bursitis or rotator cuff disease. Check the comments below to find out how these exercises have helped other people. Before you do this shoulder workout make sure you talk to your doctor or physiotherapist. This video is for education only and it is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by your own healthcare provider. These are the products that Dr. Furlan used or recommended in this video: Microwavable heating pad: 🤍 Hot water bag: 🤍 Hot & Cold Reusable Gel pack: 🤍 Yoga mat: 🤍 Woman’s comfort Bra 🤍 Download the document with a summary of the 15 best shoulder exercises: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 03:22 Bed positioning 04:39 Position at work, posture 05:13 Massage 05:34 Medications 06:00 Modalities 06:50 Shoulder exercises at home 07:18 Pendulum exercise 09:17 Fingers on the wall 11:28 Wall “Angel” 12:55 Rotation – internal and external rotation 14:24 Shoulder circumference 15:30 Pectoralis stretches 17:34 Towel exercise 19:13 Cross-chest stretch 20:13 Strength flexors 21:40 Strenght rotators 22:13 Corner press 24:01 Press down 24:55 Front plank 26:25 Side plank #drAndreaFurlan #DrFurlan #DoctorFurlan Subscribe to this channel: 🤍 Let’s meet on Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 = ALERT: This video is not intended to replace medical advice. If you think you have a condition that is causing you pain, please consult with your doctor to get a diagnosis and a treatment plan for you. The intent of this video is only for educational purposes. =
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For more info on health-related topics, go here: 🤍 Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course: 🤍 or go here: 🤍 Download Keto Essentials 🤍 OTHER SHOULDER PAIN VIDEOS: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 In this video, we’re going to talk about shoulder pain. If you have pain on the top of your shoulder, this video is for you. We’re going to discuss why you could be experiencing this shoulder pain, and how to relieve shoulder pain with a simple shoulder stretch. If you’re experiencing severe loss of motion and you can’t raise your arm, you need to get that checked out. But, if you can raise your arm, but you have pain in the top of your shoulder, this stretch may give you the shoulder pain relief you need. I’m going to illustrate exactly how to get rid of shoulder pain with this simple technique. I will show you how to do this if you have someone there to help you, as well as if you’re by yourself. Basically, you’re going to stretch the opposite muscle. A few more things you can do to get shoulder pain relief: • You need to be on healthy keto, and you need to be doing intermittent fasting to reduce inflammation. • You can also take something called Silica to support the connective tissue. Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1556 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 9am-5pm EST. * At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 56 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. DR. BERG'S SHOP: 🤍 Follow us on FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg Send a Message to his team: m.me/DrEricBerg ABOUT DR. BERG: 🤍 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. #keto #ketodiet #weightloss #ketosis
These shoulder pain relief exercises are great for helping to relieve general shoulder pain and shoulder tightness. The shoulder exercises are done in real time, so it’s easy to follow along with the routine. Buy a worksheet with these shoulder exercises: 🤍 These shoulder exercises start off with a warm-up including shoulder circles, arm circles, and shoulder Ts. These will get the shoulder muscles warm and loose. Next, exercising the shoulder in different directions will help target different muscles around the shoulder. Shoulder flexion, shoulder abduction, and shoulder scaption are great simple ways to strengthen the rotator cuff and other muscles around the shoulder. Finally, shoulder squeezes and shoulder shrugs will help strengthen the shoulder, neck, and upper back muscles. Related Videos: Shoulder Pain Relief Stretches – 5 Minute Real Time Routine: 🤍 Shoulder Pain Top 3 Exercises: 🤍 = Doctor Jo is a Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Ask Doctor Jo and get cool perks by becoming a YouTube Member: 🤍 More ways to support Ask Doctor Jo: 🤍 = Shoulder Pain Relief Exercises – 5 Minute Real Time Routine: 🤍 🤍 00:00 – Realtime Shoulder Pain Relief Exercises 00:24 – Warmup – Shoulder Circles 00:40 – Warmup – Arm Circles 00:55 – Warmup – Shoulder Ts 01:10 – Shoulder Flexion 02:21 – Shoulder Abduction 03:46 – Shoulder Scaption 05:13 – Shoulder Squeezes 06:37 – Shoulder Shrugs DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a personalized treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. Perform the moves in this content at your own risk. These moves may not be appropriate for your specific situation, so get approval and guidance from your own healthcare provider before beginning. If anything is painful or doesn’t feel right, stop immediately and contact your healthcare provider. Don’t use this content to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare provider or to replace the advice they give you. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content.
Get our Neck & Thoracic Resilience Program here: 🤍 Your scapular/rhomboid pain is probably NOT your rhomboids! Watch the video to learn why! Intro (0:00) Rhomboid Pain (0:15) Do you experience a deep, dull aching pain along the medial border of your scapula, or that area between your shoulder blade and spine? Have you tried stretching or rolling this area with a lacrosse ball or foam roller only to get temporary relief? Considering the location of the rhomboids, many individuals are led to believe that their discomfort originates from a strain or trigger point associated with these muscles. However, the rhomboids are rarely the culprit so in order to find a long-term solution, we should take a step back and consider a more holistic approach. It’s Not Your Rhomboids (0:45) So if it’s not your rhomboids, what is it and why are you experiencing discomfort in this area? A landmark study by Dr. Ralph Cloward in 1959 applied stimuli to different aspects of the cervical intervertebral discs on conscious patients and had them report where they experienced discomfort. As you can see from the images, a common location for pain was in this interscapular area. Other studies have replicated this finding as it relates to the discs such as Slipman et al in 2005. And Dwyer et al 1976 is well known for stimulating the zygapophyseal joints in asymptomatic subjects and mapping their reported pain. The last consideration, and the focal point of this video, relates to irritation of the lower cervical nerves. You might generally associate this irritation with neck pain and pain down the arm in a nice dermatomal distribution, but Murphy et al 2009 found that occurs in less than ⅔ of cases and around 50% of people report pain in that rhomboid area. In fact, Tanaka et al. 2006 reported “scapular region pain is generally the initial symptom in radiculopathy and can persist alone before the arm or finger symptoms develop.” And in some cases, it might be the only symptom that ever really occurs. So although you might be experiencing discomfort in the rhomboids, that sensation is likely more of a secondary response. Also, I understand that issues with the neck or a nerve sound scary to a lot of individuals, but it doesn’t mean anything is damaged, pinched, etc. I just like to think of it as something being sensitive. Lifestyle Modifications (2:17) Exercises (4:35) Outro (6:41) - Disclaimer: The information presented is not intended as medical advice or to be a substitute for medical counseling but intended for entertainment purposes only. If you are experiencing pain, please seek the appropriate healthcare professional.
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Shoulder pain can be caused by tight muscles, especially when we have bad posture. Here are 3 of my favorite shoulder stretches to help relieve pain in the shoulders, neck, chest, and the upper back area. Buy a worksheet with these stretches at 🤍 First up is a rhomboid stretch. It can help loosen up the mid to upper back area as well as the shoulders. Next, an upper trap stretch is great for the shoulders, neck, and the upper back area. This area also holds a lot of tightness when we are stressed. Finally, a chest (pec) stretch will help open up the front of the shoulders and chest area. When the pec muscles are tight, they will pull or roll the shoulders forward, which can cause pain and bad posture. More Shoulder Stretching Videos: Shoulder Pain Treatment & Rehab Stretches: 🤍 Shoulder Pain Top 3 Exercises: 🤍 = Doctor Jo is a Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Ask Doctor Jo and get cool perks by becoming a YouTube Member: 🤍 More ways to support Ask Doctor Jo: 🤍 = Top 3 Shoulder Pain Relief Stretches: 🤍 🤍 00:00 – Shoulder Pain Relief Stretches 00:30 – Rhomboid Stretch 01:49 – Upper Trap Stretch 02:58 – Chest Stretch DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a personalized treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. Perform the moves in this content at your own risk. These moves may not be appropriate for your specific situation, so get approval and guidance from your own healthcare provider before beginning. If anything is painful or doesn’t feel right, stop immediately and contact your healthcare provider. Don’t use this content to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare provider or to replace the advice they give you. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content.
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The shoulder area is a common place to get trigger points, aka muscle knots. Trigger points are basically when a specific area on a muscle gets irritated and tightens up into a ball or knot. Buy a worksheet with these shoulder stretches & exercises at 🤍 These stretches and exercises may help relieve shoulder pain and soreness from muscle knots and trigger points. Starting off with shoulder circles and shoulder (or scapular) squeezes will help get the muscles moving and warmed up. Next, stretches like the upper trap and levator scapulae stretch will help relax and loosen up the muscles to help release the knots. Finally, if the stretches are too difficult or maybe you are on precautions to not do those movements, a ball can be used to put pressure on the trigger points directly. A little pressure goes a long way, but too much could irritate it more. Related Video: 10 Best Trigger Point & Muscle Knot Stretches: 🤍 Trigger Point Release: 🤍 = Doctor Jo is a Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Dr. Jo on Patreon for as little as $1 a month, and get cool rewards: 🤍 = Relieve Shoulder Pain & Soreness from Trigger Points & Muscle Knots: 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a personalized treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. Perform the moves in this content at your own risk. These moves may not be appropriate for your specific situation, so get approval and guidance from your own healthcare provider before beginning. If anything is painful or doesn’t feel right, stop immediately and contact your healthcare provider. Don’t use this content to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare provider or to replace the advice they give you. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content.
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If you experience difficulty when reaching for items above your head, or if your shoulder is in pain even when your arm is resting, you may want to consider these gentle stretches designed to help relieve pain and expand range of motion. Marc Albano, a physical therapist at Sharp Grossmont Hospital’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic, demonstrates three simple shoulder exercises. Looking for other orthopedic information? Visit 🤍 to learn about advancements and treatments as well as to get general advice on minimizing aches and pains. Connect with us: Visit Sharp HealthCare's website: 🤍 Subscribe or watch more videos: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Call us at 1-800-82-SHARP Before you try these stretches, Albano says, “It’s important to note there are several different causes of shoulder pain and each body is different. It’s always best to first consult with your physical therapist or your doctor to determine which exercises are most appropriate for you.”
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