Is Your Shoulder Pain Really A Torn Rotator Cuff? - PAINFREE MAVERICK

Is Your Shoulder Pain Really A Torn Rotator Cuff?

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Shoulder pain can be excruciating! Nearly everyone has suffered from aches and pains in their shoulders and know how debilitating it can be. Simple daily activities like dressing, picking up a grocery bag, or brushing your hair, can become difficult. This severe pain can start to constrain your life further by interfering with sleep, adding exhaustion to your discomfort.

The most common type of shoulder pain begins as a dull, achy pain in the deltoid area. It occasionally radiates down to the elbow but generally doesn’t continue past it. And sometimes the pain continues up into the side of the neck.

It hurts when you lift your arms, do pushups, or roll over in bed. Since this injury occurs so frequently, the most common self-diagnosis is that it stems from a rotator cuff injury. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons which keeps the ball of the upper arm firmly in the shoulder socket. Tears to the rotator cuff muscle can be the source of pain. It can also be caused by the bursa, the fluid-filled sac located in the shoulder.

So, is it your rotator cuff? Well, it could be. But the reality is that pain can only be caused by the nervous system and the nerves that drive the muscles, joints, and ligaments are really the source of your pain.

Unlocking your nervous system using neuro-corrective stretching has been shown to relieve pain in over 92% of the people who use this method. Your pain could be gone in minutes!

Here is an exercise which is based on this research and can relieve your pain in minutes:

Whip that shoulder back like you’re swatting a fly, repeatedly (it’s safe as long as you haven’t broken your arm or dislocated it).

How did it feel?

Watch this guided video to ensure you’re performing these specific exercises properly to maximize pain relief.

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