There are many causes of shoulder pain. Some shoulder pain subsides within two weeks, but that is not always the case. If you have been experiencing shoulder pain for longer than two weeks, it is important to visit your doctor. Shoulder pain can occur because of a number of different conditions, from bursitis to rotator cuff injuries to frozen shoulder and thoracic outlet syndrome. In other cases, shoulder pain isn’t actually caused by the shoulder joint, but rather the neck. Many people find relief through professional physiotherapy at a physiotherapy clinic. The following exercises can provide a bit of pain relief at home, acting as a supplement to physiotherapy. However, it is recommended that you consult a medical professional before attempting these exercises to ensure that they don’t aggravate your specific condition. Physiotherapy Exercises for Shoulder Pain Pendulum Exercise For this exercise, begin by standing. Place your dominant hand on…

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