Understanding frozen shoulder and how to stretch for greater movement
- Published on: 5/10/2020
- Frozen shoulder is a problem that affects many people. How do you know if your shoulder is frozen? I will teach you everything you need to know about the causes, diagnosis and treatment methods in this video.
This is a longer video than I intended but I hope it gives you all the information you need!
What is frozen shoulder? (1:21)
Shoulder Movements (10:59)
Flexion Stretches (12:25)
Extension Stretches (16:29)
External Rotation Stretches (17:53)
Pendulum Swings (19:40)
Nutrition & Lifestyle Tips (21:54)
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