Shoulder Bursitis Hack

June 17, 2017 – 10:17 am

Shoulder Bursitis Hack
Common symptoms of shoulder bursitis include pain, stiffness, swelling, limited range of motion, tenderness, and crunching or popping; ranging from mild / gradual to severe / sudden.
For bursitis, avoid activities that are difficult or painful, and take breaks to rest your shoulders. When you exercise, it is recommended to warm up your muscles and then stretch to prevent injury.
Once your symptoms have subdued, focus on preventing the injury from coming back. Take preventative measures against bursitis by:

  • Mobilizing it regularly.
  • Strengthening surrounding muscle.
  • Avoiding prolonged repetitive movements.
  • Avoiding movements that you know irritate the area.

Before performing any of these movements herein, remember: Always consult with your physician before engaging in any new exercise program to ensure it is safe and appropriate for your particular condition.

 

 

Shoulder Bursitis Hack: Common symptoms of shoulder bursitis include pain, stiffness, swelling, limited range of motion, tenderness, and crunching or popping; ranging from mild / gradual to severe / sudden. For bursitis, avoid activities that are difficult or painful, and take breaks to rest your shoulders. When you exercise, it is recommended to warm up your muscles and then stretch to prevent injury. Once your symptoms have subdued, focus on preventing the injury from coming back. Take preventative measures against bursitis by: Mobilizing it regularly. Strengthening surrounding muscle. Avoiding prolonged repetitive movements. Avoiding movements that you know irritate the area. Before performing any of these movements herein, remember: Always consult with your physician before engaging in any new exercise program to ensure it is safe and appropriate for your particular condition. When using the Mobility Ring, a gentle stretching sensation should be felt, but never pain. www.MobilityRing.com #mobilityring #mobility #scottsonnon #nmap #rmaxinternational

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When using the Mobility Ring, a gentle stretching sensation should be felt, but never pain.

Very Respectfully,

Scott B. Sonnon

www.MobilityRing.com
#mobilityring #mobility #scottsonnon #nmap #rmaxinternational

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