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Doctor insights on: The Best Exercises To Correct Shoulder Slump

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What are the best exercises after having arthroscopic shoulder surgery?

What are the best exercises after having arthroscopic shoulder surgery?

Depend: That depends on the surgery. That should be discussed with your surgeon who can probably refer you for physical therapy specific to the type of surgery done. ...Read more

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What is the best exercise to strengthen the muscles around a previously dislocated shoulder?

What is the best exercise to strengthen the muscles around a previously dislocated shoulder?

It depends....: There are many exercises that can strengthening the muscles of the shoulder after a dislocation. However, these exercises may depend on the type of dislocation (anterior vs. Posterior), as well as if there were any other injuries (nerve entrapment, tears, etc.) best to consult with your family or sports medicine doctor, orthopedic surgeon, or physical therapist for specific recommendations. ...Read more

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What is the best self-therapeutic regular exercise to prevent a recurring frozen shoulder?

What is the best self-therapeutic regular exercise to prevent a recurring frozen shoulder?

ROM exercises: Do gentle progressive range of motion exercises both passively and actively. ...Read more

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Can weight lifting correct very mild scoliosis? My pcp suggested this. One shoulder is about 1 inch higher than the other. Exercise suggestions?

Can weight lifting correct very mild scoliosis? My pcp suggested this. One shoulder is about 1 inch higher than the other. Exercise suggestions?

Scoliosis: It is highly unlikely that weightlifting could correct mild scoliosis at your age. The ligaments that are holding the spine in the scoliotic position are fixed in this position and this will not change from bodybuilding. If you are concerned, I would suggest that you see a scoliosis specialist for appropriate recommendations. ...Read more

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Doing arm raises every day with the big dumbbell but hurts the shoulder joint/ is this the best exercise to tone the chest?

Doing arm raises every day with the big dumbbell but hurts the shoulder joint/ is this the best exercise to tone the chest?

No: While dumbbell exercises can be very beneficial, they can also put stress on joints if not done properly. It sounds like you are putting stress on the shoulder joint and this should be avoided. Push ups are good exercises to tone the chest but can be modified to your level. If you are not sure how to do exercise the right way, seek out a personal trainer or physical therapist. ...Read more

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What should I do to correct my hunched shoulder?

What should I do to correct my hunched shoulder?

Not sure what mean: This could be postural but if you are hunched over like the hunchback of notre dame this could be associated with some sort of congenital or acquired deformity. If postural, try some resistance band exercises focusing on squeezing your shoulder blades together combined with neck and parascapular strengthening. Try sitting up straight. Adjust your work setting to accomodate. ...Read more

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What kind of massage is best for shoulder and back tension?

What kind of massage is best for shoulder and back tension?

Massage: Personal preference. Some like more deep tissue massage for specific muscle/fascial releases. Some like a soothing swedish for relaxation. Techniques vary widely with each therapist. ...Read more

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What exercises should someone refrain after dislocating a shoulder?

What exercises should someone refrain after dislocating a shoulder?

No easy answer...: Many patients who suffer from shoulder dislocations will benefit from rotator cuff strengthening exercises, as well as exercises of the muscles around the shoulder blade or scapula. Unfortunately, despite adequate strength your shoulder may still dislocate :- (. ...Read more

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What exercises can help someone get better at doing shoulder presses?

What exercises can help someone get better at doing shoulder presses?

Recruit big &balance: Learning to recruit your bigger muscles will help. Think kinetic chain and muscle balance front to back. So strengthen your core, latissimus dorsi, pectoralis muscles, biceps, triceps, brachioradialis, etc. Therefore pull ups, dips, clean and jerks, abs, back extensions, pushups, planks will all help with shoulder presses. Be safe, listen to your body and get medical advice before starting. ...Read more

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How to know what exercises could I do at home to keep my shoulder from freezing up?

How to know what exercises could I do at home to keep my shoulder from freezing up?

Stretching: Do most of them lying down. In a lying down position, use your other arm to help lift you affected side up and down. In a seated position, you can use a swivel chair to move outwards while you hold onto the edge of a table with your hand. You can also wall walks with your fingers up and down the wall or shower.

Make sure you are cleared to do shoulder motion. Sometimes we don't want you to. ...Read more

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How I improve my posture? My shoulder r always downward n forward. How I correct it?

How I improve my posture? My shoulder r always downward n forward. How I correct it?

Posture: An evaluation by your physician will rule out a spinal cause such as lordosis or scoliosis. He/she may want to perform an x-ray. Otherwise, it would involve exercises that the physician will prescribe to strengthen your muscles and improve your posture. ...Read more

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What do you think is the most effective exercise to strengthen a shoulder that keeps dislocating?

What do you think is the most effective exercise to strengthen a shoulder that keeps dislocating?

Suggestion: Assuming that you suffer from anterior dislocations, I would recommend you look at the thrower's 10 program. Concentrate on the exercises for shoulder... If you are doing push-ups, avoid going deeper than 90 degrees at the elbow since this will put your shoulder in a vulnerable position for dislocation. Avoid tricep dips for sure! If conservative treatments do not work, you may need surgery. ...Read more

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It has been this way for 2.5 months along with pain. My range has become less limited with PT exercises, but my shoulder won't straighten.

It has been this way for 2.5 months along with pain. My range has become less limited with PT exercises, but my shoulder won't straighten.

Frozen shoulder: ligament tear is a possibility the other common causes are tendonitis around the shoulder joint. If the movements are limited then MRI in different positions would help ...Read more

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What causes stiff shoulder and if I leave it alone ie. Without medication, ointment and stretching exercises, how long will it take to heal completely?

What causes stiff shoulder and if I leave it alone ie. Without medication, ointment and stretching exercises, how long will it take to heal completely?

Depends: Usually takes 6 weeks for something to heal without help. But it depends what is wrong with your shoulder. Usually you need to do something to help it heal. Big joints require movement to be healthy so you at least need some corrective exercise. ...Read more

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Which exercises could reduce shoulder pain during bench pressing?

Which exercises could reduce shoulder pain during bench pressing?

Shoulder pain: While weightlifting could be from the acromioclavicular joint, the rotator cuff, the glenohumeral joint or a combination of all three. First proper mechanics are needed. Second one must make certain that there not any underlying issues. Finally often reducing the weight helps. And spending some time strengthening the smaller muscles of the shoulder girdle such as building up rotators and the biceps and triceps and the trapezius. ...Read more

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I dislocated my shoulder. Which exercises can I do to stop the pain?

I dislocated my shoulder. Which exercises can I do to stop the pain?

Safe exercises: For an anterior dislocation after a few days of rest and immobilization start with pendulum exercises and shrugs. Over the next few weeks increase the range of motion. Use a broomstick held in front of the body and move it side to side then upwards to the shoulder level and finally overhead. Always avoid positions that reproduce the sense of instability. Next, start gradual resistance exercises. ...Read more

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What is a best home remedoes for frozen shoulder?

What is a best home remedoes for frozen shoulder?

For A BolderShoulder: There is gobs of info if you check the web. Just Google 'frozen shoulder, home exercises.' As for the best? Whatever you are comfortable with at first. Take your time, progress slowly & see how you feel the next day. It could take several weeks, depending on how 'frozen' your shoulder is, how long it's been that way, & what caused it in the first place. You might consider some P.T. to get started. ...Read more

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Should shoulder rehab exercises cause a lot of pain?

It depends: Shoulder rehab is sometimes painful, but without knowing the details of your problem or rehab protocol, its difficult to answer this question. Some pain is expected, but if it feels like more that you can tolerate, it might be you time to discuss it with your physician to make sure that this is something to be expected and to see if something can be done to make you more comfortable. ...Read more

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What is the best medicine to cure shoulder tendonitis?

What is the best medicine to cure shoulder tendonitis?

Possibly: PRP is an offered treatment that has shown good success however is considered experimental at this time. The basic theory is it helps to strengthen the ligaments using your own platelets/growth factors and therefore reducing stress on the joint by tightening them up. As far as I know its safer than steroid injection. Pretty cool stuff. Check out Regenexx. Com. ...Read more

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What is the best way to recover from a dislocated shoulder?

What is the best way to recover from a dislocated shoulder?

Time, ROM, strength: If this is your first dislocation, time (rest) followed by gentle attempts to regain range of motion followed by rotator cuff strengthening is the recipe. You can do this under the guidance of a physical therapist or self-directed exercise. I strongly urge you to go to an ortho doc for an assessment of your risk for another shoulder dislocation in the future. ...Read more

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What is the best thing to do to stop the pain of frozen shoulder?

Med Eval first.: It should be medically evaluated first. Depending on input from your physician acupuncture may be an option which would help with pain and begin to improve the range of motion. ...Read more

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What exercises can could you help me build broader shoulder but not biceps?

What exercises can could you help me build broader shoulder but not biceps?

Parascapular: Focus on trapezial, latissimus and deltoid strengthening. Do rows, pulldowns, shrugs and band work to squeeze your shoulder blades. Your biceps will likely be conditioned as well but not to same degree. ...Read more

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Is rest the best thing for shoulder bursitis?

Is rest the best thing for shoulder bursitis?

No: Do careful pendulum ecercises to maintain mobility or you risk frozen shoulder. ...Read more

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Best way for me to relieve a tense muscle in the shoulder?

Many ways!: Hot shower with a pulsating head. Use of a topical patch-lidoderm, salonpas. Topical gel or lotion: icy hot. ...Read more

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What's the best way to recover from a shoulder dislocation?

What's the best way to recover from a shoulder dislocation?

A sling.: A sling may be used for a few days, for comfort. You will most likely require physical therapy, but, in some cases, at the age of 44, surgical stabilization may be required. See an orthopedic shoulder specialist, for the best course of treatment. ...Read more