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Here are four easy tips to improve mobility and ease pain in the shoulder using self-Myofascial Release. A small inflatable ball can be used to release restrictions in the soft connective tissue surrounding the shoulders, shoulder blades and chest. Coupled with some gentle myofascial stretches, these tips can help you feel better and move easier again. Remember to listen to your body; don’t force anything and stop if you feel like you need to.

Justine Calderwood, MSPT is a holistic physical therapist who is passionate about helping women and men with chronic pain feel better and move easier to recover from trauma, injury or life circumstances, like abuse or neglect. She wants to help you discover the hidden clues to your physical pain, unravel the kinks, and guide you toward authentic healing, regardless of how long you’ve been suffering. Schedule a no-cost, no-obligation Discovery Session to see if Justine is the right fit for you as you strive for a happy, balanced, active life. Disclaimer: Please use your own best judgement when trying self-treatment techniques such as the ones shown above. If you experience sharp, shooting pain or if you feel like it would be best to have a healthcare professional, such as your physician or physical therapist, evaluate you, then please give them a call. If your injury is recent you may want to first get examined by your healthcare provider. If you have osteoporosis or a history of compression fracture, then please avoid using the ball directly on your spine. If you have any questions or concerns about whether these exercises are right for you please check with your healthcare provider or call our clinic at 719.270.1123.

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