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Frozen Shoulder Exercises to Get Rid of Shoulder Pain and Stiffness PowerPoint PPT Presentation

To keep ourselves fit and solid we have to do workout and eat sound yet sometime doing over workout/wrong workout lead to serious injuries frozen shoulder is one of them. Frozen shoulder pain solutions will change, depending on the time of the condition and the frozenness. Take after status of health where you can discover those tip

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First off, stretching your shoulder in every possible way in and around the shoulder joint is the key to get rid of frozen shoulder pain at the earliest. In fact, stretching is one of the best frozen shoulder pain solutions a patient can try. These exercises will comprise a range of stretches in all directions.

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Frozen shoulder Exercise 1:

  • Stand facing the wall and raise your arms over your head as high as you can now

  • Now draw nearer to the wall and see your hand touches to unwind a little in this position you must feel stretch and some pain. But don’t worry it’s completely normal.

  • Now draw yourself a little bit closer to the wall, causing your hand to go higher up the wall

  • Now repeat it at least 5 times

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Frozen Shoulder Exercise 2:

  • Stand still and stand against the wall with your back touched to the wall.

  • Tuck your arms by your side and bend the elbow of the injured arm.

  • Push the injured elbow towards the wall.

  • Wait for some time and repeat

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Frozen Shoulder Exercise 3:

  • Place a rubber band at the upper part of your elbows, arms inside it.

  • Bend your elbows at a 90-degree angle.

  • Curl your arms towards your chest, palms facing you.

  • Slowly move your elbows sidewards, about 6 inches away from your body.

  • Hold for a few seconds before slowly going back to the initial position.

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