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  • I have visited a physiotherapist once and he gave me some exercises.

    From Pippa :

    I have visited a physiotherapist once and he gave me some exercises to do to strengthen my tendons and muscles around my shoulder and arm. He said I had shallow sockets and he was amazed that I hadn't dislocated my shoulder before. My shoulder experiences at times severe pain. I wish someone would send me exercises to do to fix this problem. I cannot afford to see a physiotherapist regularly.

    Although the shoulder is a small structure, many problems can occur. Before advice can be given, a proper diagnosis needs to be made. I would encourage you to visit your sports physician so a diagnosis regarding the cause of your continuing pain can be reached. This would aid in advising an exercise/rehab program. You mentioned "shallow sockets", but this would not make a difference.
    That's it for this time,

    By: Dr. Giovanni Silva D.O.C.

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