By Dr. Beth Templin
Your shoulders are some of the most mobile joints in your body. They allow you to move your arms in all directions, and carry out many of your daily tasks.
Your shoulders are also one of the least stable joints in your body. Many other joints have stability through the bony structures in our body, but our shoulders don't really have much bone to bone contact. Instead, they are held together largely by your ligaments, tendons, and muscles.
Dr. Beth helps adults 55+ maximize their independence and fitness, so they can continue to enjoy a full and active life.