If you’ve ever had pain or discomfort in your shoulder, you know how debilitating that can be. As we age, the shoulder is one of the more vulnerable areas of our body, as it’s used all the time and has the greatest range of motion of any joint we have. Whether you’ve had shoulder pain from osteoarthritis, a rotator cuff injury or a frozen shoulder, you probably want to know what’s happened and how you can prevent it from occurring again. Dr. Patricia Allen, one of the founders of Women’s Voices For Change, provides you with the mechanics of the shoulder and what you can do to prevent further damage. Take a lesson from Dr. Allen and read her recent blog post Here. And for more specific exercises that can help keep the area strong, stable and healthy, relax your shoulders and Read Here.