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Frozen Shoulder
Frozen shoulder, technically known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint from adhesion build-up in the joint capsule. Stretches & exercises like these can help speed up the recovery time.

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Cervical traction
Cervical traction is a popular treatment for general neck pain and specific diagnoses like a pinched nerve known as radiculopathy, disc issues, arthritis, stenosis, and a few others.
Online School Pain Relief
Sitting in front of a computer all day for school or work can tighten & weaken muscles in the neck, shoulders, chest, hips, knees, and feet. These sitting stretches & exercises may help.
Hip Strengthening Exercises
These hip exercises are great for strengthening your hips to help relieve hip pain. They go from lying down to sitting down to standing up and range from pretty easy to hard depending on your injury.
Ankle Swelling
Swelling in the feet and ankles can be from a number of things. Often it is from an injury, but it can be an injury at your foot, ankle, knee, hip, or even back since the fluid or swelling will often follow gravity.
ACL Tear
The ACL helps keep the knee stable, and prevents it from sliding forward. When you have a torn ACL, your knee can become painful and unstable. These stretches and exercises are for a non-operative or pre-operative injury.
Deep Water Cardio
Here are some deep water cardio exercises for aquatic therapy.
Relieve Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the fascia on the bottom of the foot, but sometimes the cause of the irritation is not from your foot. It can actually come from an issue in your back, hips, or knees.
Chest Muscle Pain Relief
Chest stretches or Pec stretches are a great way to help relieve chest pain and improve posture. Today I'll show you a simple chest stretch in real time.
Standing Exercises for Seniors – Real-time Routine
This standing exercise routine for seniors can help loosen up and strengthen the muscles in the neck, shoulders, back, hips, knees, and ankles. This routine is performed in real-time, so it’s easy to follow along.
TENS for Foot Pain Relief
Foot pain comes from a variety of things. Since circulation is often not as great in the feet, using a TENS Unit can help reduce pain and increase overall blood flow to the area.
TENS Unit for Sciatic Nerve Pain
Sciatic pain or sciatica is pain that radiates down the sciatic nerve. A TENS unit can be a good way to help relieve this pain.
Hip Pain Relief
Hip pain can also cause pain in your back and knees. Loosening up the hip joint and strengthening the muscles around the area should help decrease the pain.
Sore Shoulder Stretches
Sore shoulders are common when starting a new workout program or when exercising a little too hard. These stretches can help relax sore and tight shoulder muscles and provide pain relief.
Massage Gun for Back Pain
Percussive Massage Therapy using a massage gun (aka percussion massager) for back pain relief uses fast, soft pulses over a short amount of time to get deep down into the muscle fibers.
Knee Pain Relief
Knee pain can come from weakness and/or tightness in one of the muscles that cross the knee joint. These knee stretches & exercises may help provide knee pain relief.

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