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Healthy Shoulder Handbook: Second Edition

100 Exercises for Treating Common Injuries and Ending Chronic Pain

Published by Ulysses Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster



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About The Book

Live pain free once again with this proven guide designed to help you easily treat and prevent injuries like frozen shoulder, rotator cuff, tendinitis, and dislocation right from your own home.

Millions of people suffer from debilitating shoulder problems every year. But with this user-friendly guide, you can begin to understand the causes for common shoulder conditions and then learn the steps you need to take to heal your body.

Healthy Shoulder Handbook features 100 easy-to-follow exercises with step-by-step photos for treating common shoulder injuries and ending chronic pain, fast. This handbook is the perfect resource to help you:
  • Build shoulder strength
  • Improve flexibility
  • Speed up recovery
  • Prevent injury

Healthy Shoulder Handbook also features specially designed stretching programs to reverse or alleviate the strain from high-risk sports and occupations, including construction work, desk jobs, tennis, golf and more. By following the steps in this book, you'll be able to quickly get back to your daily routines—pain free!

About The Author

Dr. Knopf has worked in almost every aspect of the fitness industry, from trainer to therapist to consultant at major universities as well as for the State of California. He has been the director of the Adaptive Fitness Therapy Program at Foothill College (training fitness professionals to work with people with chronic health issues) for over 10 years and has taught adaptive PE there for over 30 years. Dr. Knopf was featured in the Wall Street Journal, was on the cover of ACTIVE magazine, and is a frequent guest on various radio programs.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Ulysses Press (July 13, 2021)
  • Length: 160 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781646041961

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