Being the least stable but most mobile joint in the human body, our shoulders are extremely prone to injury and lasting pain. An injury or repeated stress on the joint can lead to bruising, tearing and inflammation that is difficult to treat if ignored for too long. Common shoulder injuries for outdoor athletes include a torn rotary cuff, shoulder impingement and labral tears. While the recovery process is filled with mild exercises to build your strength back up, at least two weeks of rest should come first.
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