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What should I do for my frozen shoulder? – Part 2

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  June 16, 2020

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Category: Others
Close  So what should I do for my shoulder? PART 2 of Dr. Terrence Chee’s ramblings Read Part 1 here Exercise regularly Regular suitable exercises, that gives you the opportunity to work your joints to it’s fullest potential. Same reason why doing house chores is not considered beneficial, productive exercise although yes, it does burn calories. Exercises which are suitable for your age, health conditions, concerns and limitations will then allow you to start off
Terrence Chee’s Ramblings: Frozen Shoulder Frozen Shoulder (and everything directly and indirectly related to it) has been a nuisance to too many individuals for far too long. Of late, I’m beginning to see more cases among the locals here in Penang. Probably the same everywhere else as well, especially if the recent coronavirus pandemic did not contribute to a more active lifestyle. For starters, I have to say it affects women more, especially older women
Thank you YB Zairil Khir Johari for his opening speech and for the opportunity to talk on how to boost your body’s immunity at home during this pandemic. Here’s a suggested exercise program for your reference.

SELF REMEDY FOR SORE SHOULDER

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  April 2, 2020

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Here’s an instructional video for essential exercises you can do on your own for sore shoulders or neck. For more tips and guides, you can download my eBook called Pain-Free Fitness for free at https://mailchi.mp/eed90f406248/kewynnpt

FIX YOUR ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT AT HOME

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  March 21, 2020

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Category: Injury Prevention
Do you stand like Donald Duck? If you do, you’re likely to suffer from lower back pain. Here are some exercises which you can do at home to fix your anterior pelvic tilt posture.