Shoulder pain is a terrible, terrible condition. Sometimes the pain is only minor, but sometimes the pain can be unbearable. It might even be keeping you up during the night and stopping you from getting a full night’s sleep. I used to suffer from shoulder pain too, after I tore my rotator cuff in the gym. I’m not sure how it happened, but something went wrong and I heard it “snap” while I was lifting.
My shoulder began to hurt. The pain started off only slight, but got worse, and worse, and worse. It was a stinging sensation, but there was also a background dull ache “inside” my shoulder. I tried resting for a few weeks, but that didn’t really make much of a difference. I couldn’t get comfortable whenever I sat down anywhere, sleeping was a nightmare, and I couldn’t use my arm to lift, reach or carry anything.
I went to see my doctor and he diagnosed my shoulder pain as a minor strain. He suggested taking anti-inflammatory medication which works well for very minor injuries which don’t require any active treatment. Usually you can simply rest and wait it out while your body does the hard work and sorts out whatever the shoulder pain is being caused by.
But, while that works in most cases (which is why most doctors will prescribe exactly that when you go and see them), there are a huge number of cases where that treatment is just not good enough. Instead, you have to take a more active approach to treating your shoulder pain.
The best way to do that in my experience is through rehabilitation and physiotherapy. You can do simple stretches and exercises at home to relieve the pain and strengthen your joint to stop the shoulder pain from happening.
I spent ages researching these stretches and exercises, compiled my own rehabilitation program and put it into practice. In a few weeks, my pain was gone and I was back to normal.
Shoulder pain exercises are easy to do, don’t require any special equipment and are a fantastic way of solving your pain quickly.
I wrote a book about my experiences, and documented everything I learned about treating shoulder pain with the special stretches and exercises I’d uncovered during my research.
For more ideas to beat your shoulder pain, watch this video – Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain Stretch routine
Click here to get that book and use the same techniques to beat your shoulder pain today.
Joe Brent is a former chronic should pain sufferer. He beat his shoulder pain for good without surgery and completely rehabilitated himself from the comfort of his own home.
When Joe injured his shoulder from a combination of working out incorrectly and bad posture, he spent hours every day digging through medical and sports literature, talking to medical experts, professional athletes and anyone he could find that had any experience of shoulder and rotator cuff injuries. He realized that it was possible to skip the surgery and the physical therapy appointments and do all the stretches and exercises on his own.
In just a few weeks, Joe was able to heal his own shoulder pain. He wanted to share his successful experiences with others and show them how to quickly rehab their shoulder injuries and that’s how he came up with his shoulder pain relief guide called Shoulder Pain No More.
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