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Shoulder Exercises Improves Grip Strength

Shoulder Exercises Improves Grip Strength

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common condition caused by either shoulder girdle muscle imbalance or posterior capsule tightness. In a recent study involving 16 patients with shoulder impingement syndrome, those who received twelve sessions of supervised shoulder stabilization exercise experienced significant improvements in hand grip strength. Doctors of chiropractic in Fanwood & Scotch Plains are trained to treat shoulder impingement, which often involves rehabilitation exercises combined with manual therapies to improve joint function and nutritional recommendations to reduce inflammation.

Somatosensory & Motor Research, April 2019

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