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Best Shoulder Braces for a Rotator Cuff Tear?

19th February 2010
The rotator cuff, what is it? The shoulder joint consists of a group of four tendons and muscles which form the rotator cuff. When the rotator cuff gets injured, it is the tendons that get injured. These tendons connect the muscles of the rotator cuff to ... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Shoulder Impingement Exercises Can Strengthen and Heal Your Shoulders

04th January 2010
Exercise is probably the last thing on your mind if you have a shoulder impingement but surprisingly the right type of exercise can help to sort out the problem and bring back full pain free movement. The important thing is when you do them. It is impo... Read >
Author: Peter English

Do At Home Exercises For Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

23rd July 2009
I tried many exercises for frozen shoulder pain relief, but most of them weren't easy to do at home. They involved help from a physical therapist or complex free weight contraptions. The best way to become pain free is to find exercises for frozen shoulde... Read >
Author: Steve Maltas

How To Grow Your Biceps...HUGE!

21st January 2009
One of the biggest ego boosters in the weight lifting world is to possess a set of biceps that burst the sleeves off your shirt when you pose and flex. However a lot of us chase the big guns of the upper arm with little success. You review your workout pl... Read >
Author: glchandler

Rotator Cuff Injury Exercises Can Help You Heal Your Shoulder Without Surgery

20th November 2008
Are you tired of living with the pain in your shoulder? You had hopes that, with a little rest, it would heal. Finally, you decide to get checked out by your doctor. Prognosis: Torn rotator cuff. What's your next step? You may choose rotator cuff injury e... Read >
Author: Matt

Shoulder Exercises for Joint Stability

10th June 2007
Exercising the shoulder joint involves not just one, but 3 complex joints, therby increasing the risk of overuse injuries to the shoulder girdle. ? The sternoclavicular joint is the only place that the upper extremity is actually attached to the rest o... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Prevention of Shoulder Insuries Associated with Swimming

26th November 2006
Swimming is a sport enjoyed by athletes of all ages. Although it is not commonly associated with a high risk of injury, swimming does have its own problems. For swimmers, the biggest source of sidelining injuries is the shoulder. While there may be a numb... Read >
Author: Kurtis Keller
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