Early Strengthening Program
The Early Strengthening Program is a strengthening program that is designed to rehabilitate the muscles of the shoulder after an injury or a surgery.
Often after an injury or a surgery the person will be asked not to use their shoulder for 6 weeks. After this time, the person will be allowed to use their shoulder but they are usually very weak. This is when the Early Strengthening Program is most helpful. This program is designed to have the “good” (normal shoulder and arm) help strengthen the shoulder that had surgery.
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This program should be done at least 10 times in a row all through out the day. The more a person does the faster their shoulder will strengthen.