Shoulder pain often results from a combination of faulty forward shoulder posture combined with weak rotator cuff muscles. It is one of the most common complaints we get in the office.
These exercises are a good starting point to stimulate the rotator cuff muscles and improve the posture. These exercises can be combined with some stretching activities to improve pectoral (chest) muscle flexibility and ultimately restore shoulder stability.
What does that mean to you?….your shoulders feel better, degenerate slower and last longer. Who doesn’t want that??!!