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    Top 5 exercises to do after a shoulder injury


    Have you been involved in an accident that has left you with shoulder injuries? Your shoulder is one of the most mobile joints, and you use it to perform a whole range of movements and actions. If you’ve injured your shoulder, it may put you out of action for a while. You may be advised to rest and then to try and exercise after a shoulder injury once the joint feels stronger. If you’re on the road to recovery, here are some tips to help you heal faster.

    Top 5 exercises to do after a shoulder injury

    After a shoulder injury, the last thing you want is to push yourself too hard and wind up with a longer layoff. However, it is beneficial to do exercises and to try and get the joint moving as part of your recovery. If you choose the right exercises, you can strengthen the shoulder joint, and gradually increase flexibility and range of movement. If you’re looking for exercises to do after a shoulder injury, you should find these examples beneficial. These exercises will help recovery.

    1. Overhead stretching: this basic stretch simply involves reaching above the head. It will extend your back and loosen up your shoulder joints, gradually building strength, and making it easier to complete actions like reaching for items off shelves.
    2. Pendulum swing: stand by a chair and rest the hand of the unaffected shoulder on the back of the chair. Bend your hips slightly, and let the other arm hang down. Gently move from side to side and then forwards and backwards, letting the arm swing at all times. This exercise uses the rest of the body to move the free arm.
    3. Wall climbing stretch: stand in front of a wall and with your injured arm, gently walk your fingers up the wall. Push yourself to the highest point, and hopefully, you’ll notice an improvement on a daily basis.
    4. Arm raises: move your arm from the side of the body in an upwards direction and repeat. This is a strengthening exercise.
    5. Swiss ball exercises: using a Swiss ball can help to improve stabilisation of the joint. You can use the ball to do press-ups. Lie on the ball with your arms on the ground, shoulder-width apart, and gently drop and lift yourself up again.

    Claiming for a shoulder injury

    If you’ve developed symptoms of a shoulder injury after an accident, you could claim compensation. If you would like to claim compensation for a shoulder injury, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone now.

    Date Published: February 21, 2017

    Author: Accident Advice

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