Because the shoulder requires the cooperation of so many different elements, each one of them has the potential to sustain damage or injury, which would cause pain.
HERE ARE SOME STRETCHES OR EXERCISES TO RELIEVE SHOULDER PAIN
PENDULUM- Leaning forward and supporting your non-injured arm on a table or chair can prepare you for the pendulum exercise. Draw circles in the air with the hurt arm while letting it hang straight down. Small, progressively larger circles that occasionally reverse direction should be formed. Over the course of the day, perform this exercise 5 to 10 times.
ARM ACROSS THE CHEST- Keep your right hand close to your waist and extend it out in front of you as you perform this stretch. The right arm should be dragged to the left and across the chest while you extend your left hand behind your elbow. Up till the discomfort subsides, lower the arm. For 30 to 50 seconds, maintain this posture; after that, let go. 3–5 times should be added to this stretch.
NECK RELEASE- The stretch at the back of the neck can be felt by progressively lowering the chin toward the chest while sitting up straight. Afterward, tilt your head to the left to open up the right shoulder, or to the right to do the opposite. For a minute on each side, hold the stretch. For maximum relaxation and stretching, try deep breathing.
CHEST EXPANSION- An activity band, rope, strap, or tie are all needed for this exercise. Grasp one of these with both hands and hold it behind your back. Gently elevate your chin to the ceiling while bringing your shoulder blades closer together. Breathe deeply and hold for 10 to 15 seconds. Execute this 3–5 times.
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