Shoulder Injuries Report From Sports Injury Bulletin Offers Free Information for Athletes And Sports Professionals

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Sports Injury Bulletin, the website and subscription-only newsletter, announces the launch of a free report on shoulder injuries.

Anyone looking for information on shoulder injuries can now receive a detailed free report, courtesy of Sports Injury Bulletin, the leading online source for sports injury advice.

Compiled by leading sports injury therapists, the free report explains how athletes can avoid shoulder injuries and provides information on the best treatments currently available.

Many athletes take their shoulders for granted and pile excessive amounts of force onto their joints and surrounding muscles. Over time this can take its toll and, without proper conditioning, lead to serious injuries and long layoffs.

As well as detailing a number of shoulder exercises to improve flexibility and strength, the report explains how each part of the shoulder functions and how injuries can occur, with case studies covering conditions such as scapular dyskinesis.

The shoulder can assume over 1600 different movements, making it the most versatile joint in the human body. Unfortunately, this also means there are many different ways it can become injured. However, there are three essential steps that athletes from any sport can take to avoid shoulder injuries, and these are explained in the report.

Jonathan Pye, publisher at Sports Injury Bulletin, commented: "The shoulder is subjected to stress and punishment in the modern sports world. And that's where this special report comes in. Prepared by the combined experts of Peak Performance and Sports Injury Bulletin, it looks at every aspect of shoulder care and injury prevention."

For more information and to download the free report on shoulder injuries, visit the Sports Injury Bulletin website at:
http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archive/shoulder.php.

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