Exercises to Increase Stability after a Shoulder Tear

You may find physical therapy helpful if you have a shoulder injury.

These exercises may be done in a physical therapy clinic under the supervision of your physical therapist.

The labrum is responsible for keeping the socket in place. If the labrum is not turned towards you could feel your joint loosening, or dislocated.

Physical therapy exercises to treat labrum tears aim to increase your overall range of motion, strengthen and stabilize your shoulders and allow you maximum flexibility. If you’re in the area, visit the best San Diego Physical Therapy Clinic.

We will be discussing the step-by-step physical therapy program for a shoulder ligament tear in this article.

Range of motion exercises

Labrum injuries can cause a loose shoulder and easy dislocation. You might also feel like your range of motion is being restricted.

There are many exercises that can help restore normal shoulder motion. Some of these exercises may include: 

  • You can do passive range of motion exercises in which your therapist moves your shoulder, and active range motion exercises in which you move your shoulder.
  • Shoulder pulley exercises

Move your shoulder as far as you can and stop when you feel pain.

Rotator cuff exercises

A shoulder labrum tear may affect the stability and stability of your shoulder. The answer is simple: rotator-cuff strengthening exercises can help you regain the stability and stability of the shoulder joints.

  • Shoulder isometric exercises
  • For strengthening the resistance band rotator, cuff
  • Use dumbbells to increase your active range of motion and strengthen your rotator-cuff muscles
  • Exercises for weight bearing

These exercises can also be done 3-4 times per week with a repetition of 10-15 times. We can help! Visit the #1 Sabre Springs Physical Therapy Clinic.

You can also use other exercises like Shoulder Proprioception, Balance, and Scapular Stability. You can recover your shoulder labrum injury and continue with your daily activities.

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