Shoulder Impingement Pain and Rotator Cuff Strain

This exercise is great for strengthening the rotator cuff in conjunction with the rest of the shoulder complex muscles after recovering from an impingement or rotator cuff strain. Loop a closed elastic band with mild resistance around your arms above your wrists. Kneeling on the ground, keep your spine in neutral posture with your inner core muscles engaged. Imagine there is clock face numbered 9 to 3 O’clock on the ground in front of you. Begin by reaching the right hand to 12 O’clock and then back to the start position. Proceed to continue to 1 O’clock, 2 O’clock, 3 O’clock and then backwards up to 12 O’clock again. Then do the same with your left hand to 12 O’Clock until you reach 9 O’clock and reverse back to 12 O’clock again. That’s 1 complete repetition. Do 5 repetitions for 3 sets. This exercise should not produce any pain. If it does please consult your local Physiotherapist before continuing. 


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