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Helps maintain or increase the length in the muscles at the front of the shoulder and chest.
It also prevents forward rounding of the shoulders.
Use any piece of gym equipment that is as tall as you.
Maintain neutral spine throughout movement.
Remission Patient: 4 reps each side and time, 1 time/day
Back to Action. NAAS. Available [Online] at: https://nass.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Back-to-Action-low-resolution-version.pdf Accessed on 7 May 2019
Disclaimer: This material is not meant to replace professional advice from HCPs. Please consult your doctors/physiotherapist if you have any questions or before undertaking any physical activities.
Exercises should help reduce pain/stiffness. If these symptoms worsen, please stop the exercises and consult your physician / physiotherapist. If symptoms stay the same, consider increasing 1-2 repetitions each time.