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Shoulder Active Range of Motion Exercises

Shoulder Active Range of Motion Exercises

Shoulder active range of motion (ROM) exercises may be prescribed for you if you have a shoulder condition that causes limited mobility in your shoulder and arm. These exercises are active—they are done by you, using your own muscle strength and power with no external help. This helps to improve overall muscular function and strength around your shoulder which can help you fully recover after shoulder surgery or a shoulder or elbow injury.

Source: Verywell Health

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