Physical Therapy Exercises for the Shoulder

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Physical Therapy Exercises for the Shoulder
Being the most flexible joint in the human body, the shoulder is prone to injuries and
dislocation that is usually very painful. A dislocated shoulder can limit the range of
motion and impair function. Physical therapy exercises for the shoulder are highly
beneficial and effective in treating pain, stiffness and other issues that affect this
region of the body. There are many kinds of such exercises that reduce shoulder
pain. Each type is intended to help a person recover from a particular shoulder injury
or to aid in the improvement of function.

Physical Therapy Exercises – An Effective Pain Relief Solution

The low incidence of harmful effects has boosted the popularity of physical therapy
exercise in the United States. Whether you suffer from shoulder arthritis, frozen
shoulder, shoulder bursitis, and other shoulder conditions, physical therapy exercises
are the best alternative. By resorting to therapy exercises, you can effectively ease
the stiffness and shoulder pain, all without the need of the surgery. However, the
therapeutic exercises are not recommended soon after the onset of the injury as it
can cause further damage.

Physical therapy exercises for the shoulder is highly effective to

   •   Restore your normal shoulder motion and flexibility
   •   Mobilize and strengthen the muscles and joint
   •   Reduce pain
   •   Increase flexibility
   •   Improve function

When the pain becomes worse, it is better to consult a physical therapist. A trained
physical therapy professional can help you ease your pain and help you lead a more
independent, active life.

Different Kinds of Exercises for Shoulder Pain Management

Strengthening and stretching exercises are the best defense against shoulder
problems.

Shoulder Stretching Exercises

Stretching exercises enhance the flexibility
of your shoulder muscles. Stretching can
help decrease your joint and muscle
stiffness, and thus help you maintain the
flexibility to perform all routine activities.
You should continue these exercise routine
even after reaching home for optimal
results.

Shoulder Strengthening Exercises

For improving your shoulder muscle strength and enhancing blood flow to your
shoulder, shoulder strengthening exercises are the ideal option.
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Rotator Cuff exercises

The rotator cuff is the main stabilizer of the shoulder joint. It is therefore necessary
to strengthen all the muscles of the rotator cuff. This type of exercise helps prevent
shoulder impingement and common rotator cuff injuries including rotator cuff tears,
tendonitis, and shoulder impingement syndrome.

Swinging or pendulum exercises

These are effective for recovering from shoulder disorders. These are performed to
increase the range of motion. For ensuring maximum results, these exercises should
be repeated several times in a day.

A consultation with your physician would tell you if you are eligible for the treatment.
Analyzing the physical condition of the patients, physical therapists will evaluate your
shoulder pain symptoms and will develop customized program of physical therapy
exercises for the shoulder that work for you.




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