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About Your Free 60-Page Shoulder Exercise Guide

We have created this exercise manual to support, assist and accelerate you through your ‘frozen shoulder’.

For most of you this may well be one of the most challenging and difficult periods of your life. Please remember, my colleagues and I are here to help you in any way we can.

For optimal results this guide should be used in conjunction with treatment using the Niel–Asher Technique™; preferably from a qualified practitioner. Alternatively treatment can be carried out by a friend, partner or therapist as described in our book and DVD "Treat your own frozen shoulder".

This manual is designed to offer you advice and exercises for all three phases of the frozen shoulder. We hope to present little “gems” for you to think about on a daily basis; helping you to manage your frozen shoulder whether with every day activities or more vigorous exercise. As always it is the ‘little things’ that make the world of difference.

We recommend you perform daily activities wherever possible and add both general and specific exercises as appropriate. All of the exercises in this book are aimed at maximizing the strength power, endurance and flexibility of your shoulder muscles.

We have presented a general exercise section at the beginning of the book followed by a section with specific exercises for each phase of your frozen shoulder (phase’s I-III).

Good luck to you for a speedy recovery!

 

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