Shoulder Ebook Exercises Helped my Pain after a Shoulder Surgery.

by Paul
(Arizona)

I thought I would take a moment to say thank you and Hi!


I had been having A Lot of trouble with my right shoulder after a shoulder surgery with nothing other than mountain biking (downhill manuevers) and sleeping.

I happened to be stumbling around on the internet about 5 months ago and came across your Shoulder Ebook page so I thought I would give the exercises a try.

I worked through them for about 2 weeks before my shoulder pain started to subside, then about another 5 weeks before the pain was totally gone.

I took 5th in a bicycle race in Colorado (my best finish in a large field) and think I might be ready to go back to the gym for some bench press and inclines/declines.


Thank You!



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Thanks I will try the shoulder ebook too!
by: Anonymous

I seem to have the same problem and will see if these shoulder exercises can help me.

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Locked up Shoulder and in Pain


(Bruce Almighty)

My left shoulder has very little movement,
my doctor said I needed a shoulder replacement
because it is locked.

What might I try to help the shoulder pain?



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Hello Bruce and thanks for your question. I really cannot diagnose what is causing your pain.

It sounds like you have a frozen shoulder and this can be due to a variety of things.

Check out this page to find out more about
a frozen shoulder and how to treat it.

If the doctor is recommending surgery then you may have a tear in the rotator cuff that may or may not heal by itself.

Check out this page for different shoulder injuries and how to help heal them.

It may be helpful to get a second opinion on this, not every doctor is for surgery and there are generally alternative treatments like therapy that can help.

Check out my Shoulder Ebook available here. It outlines many different exercises to stretch, stabilize, and strengthen the shoulder muscles.

Some of the Range of motion exercises may help you gain mobility back in the shoulder. It may take months. If the shoulder gets worse or does not heal or improve within a couple of months, then you really may want to go with the surgery.


I guarantee it or your money back.

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Tennis Elbow or Shoulder Bursitis

by Mary
(St. Louis )

Hi Jen
I've been struggling with this shoulder bursitis or tennis elbow on and off for almost 2 years.

I have quit doing any type of plank. Pain began in my shoulder and then at the elbow.

I've had 3 cortisone shots in the shoulder and elbow.

The orthopedic says its tennis elbow and maybe unrelated rotator cuff or shoulder bursitis.

My sense is it began in the shoulder and my elbow pain came from compensation.

My elbow even hurts when extended while walking.

Are there exercises you suggest?

Does your ebook address the elbow?

Also- I do own a reformer.

Thank you for a great and helpful website!

Regards
Mary


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Dear Mary,

Wow! That's a long time to put up with a pain in the shoulder and the elbow.

My guess is it is coming from the shoulder. My ebook does not really address the elbow, but if it is coming from the shoulder that would be a good place to start.

I would suggest looking for a good therapeutic massage therapist and do some stretching and range of motion exercises from the Shoulder Ebook.


I guarantee the book, so if after 6 weeks the exercises outlined are not working for you let me know and I will refund your money.

As for the reformer, when my clients have shoulder injuries we work in a pain free range of motion on a light spring tension.

The Pilates rowing forward and back and some of the side arm exercises sitting and lying down would be helpful for you to begin with no pain.

You can find some of these exercises on a video from this page.


Pilates Reformer Workout for Upper Body


Best to you!

Jennifer

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