Shoulder pain is a commonly occurring issue in anyone from young athletes to retirees. The discomfort can be so intolerable that an athlete may have to stop playing their sport or an older person can no longer pick up the dishes from the top shelf.
The shoulder is a complex joint and is the most mobile one of the body. It is inherently less stable and for good reason -the joint needs to be mobile in order to allow us to reach for objects.
It’s imperative that all the muscles of the shoulder complex are strong and coordinate properly. The ability for these muscles to coordinate effectively may be effected by other areas of the body and how those areas are functioning. The body is complex and connected; an issue with your foot could possibly have an effect on your shoulder. But let’s keep things a little closer to home (the shoulder) and above the waist.
So if you have tried shoulder stretches and strengthening exercises with no success then you may need to look somewhere else for the cause of your shoulder pain.
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