A shoulder flexion table slide is an excellent, passive strategy to help loosen up a good or sore shoulder after an injury or surgery. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform a shoulder flexion table slide:
1. Sitting in front of a table or level surface, place your arm on the table together with your thumb up. You should utilize a towel or blanket to assist your hand slide.
2. Slide your arm forward so far as you comfortably can, after which come back.
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