Flies, press, band work, push ups...All are great shoulder stability exercises. But if you are looking for a new exercise that gets your middle and lower trap firing, try the horizontal abduction with press.
It is a 5 step exercise that should be held at each step for 2-3 seconds. Try 3 sets of 10.
There should be no pain....only fatigue.
Horizontal Abduction with Press - 5 step exercise
9/6/2017 11:16:37 am
Five months ago, we moved to Fairfield, I had been going to you for PT and seeing Cherri (?) She was great and my shoulder was doing great.. Shoulders, both now, are really bothering me, so until something else comes along, I appreciate any help with exercises that would be good for me to do, Thanks!
9/6/2017 01:02:40 pm
Hi Sandy. Could you send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing me the home exercises Cheri gave you? Is it the same pain as you had before? What movements are challenging? It is important for us to know a little more information before prescribing exercises. I rather get you something specific to you rather than a general routine.
9/10/2017 11:50:35 am
Domingue, Thank you for sending this. I will add it to your file of exercises for my neck problem as I want to keep moving. I had an MRI and my discs are effective due to arthritis so the recommended Neurologist feels that a shot by another specialist would help. You might have access to the MRI and Xray that was taken and I respect
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