What’s Causing Your Shoulder Pain?
Realizing you have shoulder pain can be frustrating and it can be hard to tell exactly what the cause of your shoulder pain is. Eventually, you may have to go to the doctor to get a diagnosis and treatment plan. However, there are several tests which can be done at home to help you understand the reason for your shoulder pain. From rotator cuff tears to shoulder arthritis, these ten tests are all you need to find the root cause of your shoulder pain.
Bob and Brad “The Two Most Famous Physical Therapists on The Internet” share ten tests for shoulder pain you can do at home.
At Home Shoulder Pain Solutions
For those with mild shoulder pain and immobility, shoulder pulleys can be a great tool for increasing range of motion at home. Shoulder pulleys are great because they easily hang up on your door and stay up. Shoulder wands can also be used to stretch of the shoulder muscle gently
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