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What conditions are suitable for treatment using "Exercise Your Shoulder Pain-Free" ?

Conditions That ARE treatable using my book:

Shoulder impingement syndrome
This is where the supraspinatus tendon (one of the rotator cuff muscles) gets trapped underneath the acromioclavicular joint (ACJ). Other names for shoulder impingement syndrome are clinical impingement syndrome and painful arc syndrome.

Inflammation of the bursa (fluid filled sac) that sits underneath one ofthe shoulder joints, known as the acromioclavicular joint.

Supraspinatus tendonitis
This is tendonitis of the supraspinatus muscle, one of the rotator cuff muscles. Most often caused by abrasion underneath the ACJ.

Rotator Cuff Tear
This is where one of the rotator cuff muscles tears. You may suffer a full thickness tear, or a partial thickness tear. The rotator cuff attach all around the shoulder and help to stabilise it.

Calcific tendonitis
This is where the rotator cuff tendon becomes calcified due to a prolonged period of abrasion.

Shoulder Arthritis (of the acromioclavicular joint)
Wear and tear changes under the acromion of the shoulder leading to shoulder impingement syndrome. This includes bone spurs.

Shoulder conditions which are NOT treatable using my book

Frozen shoulder – also known as adhesive capsulitis, this is where the shoulder joint capsule hardens usually in response to trauma or surgery. This results in a widespread stiffening of the shoulder. Commonly over-diagnosed.

Shoulder Dislocation – the arm bone (humerus) is forced out of the shoulder joint, usually by trauma.

Shoulder instability – a loose shoulder joint which usually results after dislocation.

Acromioclavicular (AC) Dislocation – the clavicle (collar bone) is forced out of joint. Usually results from a fall on an outstretched hand.

Labral tear – the rim of the shoulder joint is torn during trauma. Most common in contact sports such as rugby.

Shoulder Arthritis (of the glenohumeral joint) – degeneration of the head of the humerus.

Biceps Tendon rupture – the biceps (upper arm muscle with two heads) tendon pulls off the bone as a result of trauma.

Is there a guarantee?

Yes! You have 8 weeks to try the exercises for yourself and if you are not absolutely convinced that my book is more than worth the money that you have paid you can claim a full refund.

How will my ebook be delivered?

Your ebook will be delivered by digital download

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