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Shoulder Surgery: Prevention and Recovery tactics for wheelchair athletes

Sep 29, 2016 10:05:58 AM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in adaptive sports, shoulder injury, shoulder surgery recovery

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If you are an active wheelchair user, you are probably aware of the risks of getting a shoulder injury and potentially a surgery. It is almost more common to have a shoulder surgery among athletes than not these days. Even pushing your chair on a regular day to get around puts pressure on your shoulders. If you add vigorous exercise where you try to push harder and faster, it adds a significant density on shoulders. You need to take good care of your shoulders and have a balanced work out method, in which you work not only your big muscles in your shoulder gridle, but also the smaller ones.

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