The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. It enjoys an
amazing range of motion; it can rotate 360 degrees and can extend
upward, sideways, across the body, outward, inward, every which
way. That makes it the most useful joint we have, and, not
surprisingly, we use it the most. Lifting, pushing, pulling,
throwing, catching, hugging: the shoulder experiences more motion
than any other joint. So it is perhaps not surprising that, sooner
or later, it becomes overtaxed fatigued. After all, as with
anything, if you keep applying the same pressure over and over, the
strength and stability of the structure being pressured will wear
down. That s what happens to the shoulder, and when it does, it s
not only painful; it can also stop you in your tracks, limiting
your ability to do even simple things you re used to doing. The
truth is that if you ve never felt any kind of shoulder pain
whatsoever, the chances are good that as you grow older, you will.
Our bodies tend to lose muscle and bone mass as we age, and we
become more susceptible to the aches and pains that may result. But
neither the weakness nor the pain is inevitable. The shoulder can
be fixed, and the pain can go away. First, there s a fix that cures
the weakness and ends the pain. But there are also things you can
do to prevent injury or strain in the first place, so that you
never have to lose the strength, stability, and range of motion of
the shoulder at all. Fix My Shoulder explores the anatomy and
function of the shoulder, methods of preventing pain and injury,
and treatments for healing that anyone can implement for better
shoulder health and function."
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