We recommend stretching exercises to relieve your shoulder pain. However, be mindful not to overdo the stretching. You should not perform exercises that increase your pain. As with all arthritis, researchers have confirmed that exercise is the best way of controlling arthritic pain, strengthening your muscles or keeping and improving your joint and muscle flexibility. Ultimately, exercises will improve both your pain and ability to move about everyday. Exercises for shoulder arthritis should be commenced gently and carefully. Here is a great video we did that goes through some exercises that you can help you. https://www.facebook.com/healingthroughmovement1/videos/2064131513799172/
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