Features November 2007 Issue

3 Shoulder Stretches to Relieve Soreness

No other joint in your body can go through as wide and varied a range of motion as your shoulder. From throwing a ball to swinging a racquet to scratching your back, this ball-and-socket joint lets you do it all. Yet it is this exceptional flexibility that can make the shoulder unstable and subject to a wide variety of problems, including arthritis.

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