About This CourseBeginner
In this course, you are going to learn information on how to fix your own rotator cuff and shoulder pain.
You will also learn exactly what causes your shoulder pain so that you can stop harming your shoulder. As you will see, it is absolutely essential that you first remove the causes of your pain to ever hope to have a pain-free shoulder permanently.
Once you have learned the causes of your rotator cuff and shoulder pain and start implementing the techniques and exercises outlined in this course, you will see an increase in your range of movement and a decrease in your pain.
Importantly, you will also be able to diagnose if your shoulder pain is in fact from a shoulder pathology or if it is from a neck pathology and referring pain into your shoulder.
This, of course, is a vital step to a full recovery along with doing the correct exercises. As you can imagine, it is worthless to do shoulder exercises when it’s actually neck exercises that you should be doing.
Once you have studied this course, you will then know:
- What causes your shoulder pain and how to remove those causes from your daily life so that your back can finally get a chance to heal and you can become pain-free.
- How to fix your own shoulder pain if you should ever have a recurrence of your symptoms ever again.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of how to fix and prevent your own rotator cuff and shoulder pain.
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Introduction To Shoulder And Rotator Cuff Pain
Where Is Your Pain Coming From? Your Shoulder Or Your Neck?
Step 1: What Are The Major Causes Of Shoulder Pain?
Your Mother Was Right!
Step 2: What To Do For Your Shoulder Pain If It Was Neck Related
Remove The Pain – Exercise 1
Remove The Pain – Exercise 2
Remove The Pain – Exercise 3
Remove The Pain – Exercise 4
Remove The Pain – Exercise 5
Step 3: Maintaining A healthy, Strong And Stable Shoulder