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Is your pain too much to shoulder?

Toronto-area osteopath Brendon Talbot claims he has the simple secret to alleviating shoulder pain and stiffness. 

Talbot, who goes by @btosteopathy on TikTok, posted a video earlier this month showing his technique to lengthen the soft tissue around the shoulder.

In the 10-second clip, which has pulled in over 37,000 views, he puts his shoulder on a table, pulls in his elbow, and leans out over his shoulder. 

Talbot warns that the exercise is unsuitable for people with shoulder injuries, and those who feel pain should stop immediately. 

Toronto-area osteopath Brendon Talbot claims he has the secret to alleviating shoulder pain and stiffness.
Brendon Talbot M.OMSc/Instagram

“Do not try this if you have any underlying shoulder issues. If this causes pain or discomfort, stop immediately and consult your health-care professional,” Talbot wrote in the caption of his Oct. 5 video. 

The Post reached out to Talbot for comment.

Some of Talbot’s 1.9 million TikTok followers thanked him for the stretching tip. 

“I literally do that stretch at work. I didn’t know that it was beneficial. It just feels good when my shoulder is tight lol,” one user laughed. 

“Nice illustration. Catchy!” another exclaimed. 

Other health specialists have shared ways to keep your shoulder pain at bay. 

The 10-second clip has pulled in over 37,000 views.
Brendon Talbot M.OMSc/Instagram
Talbot warns that the exercise is unsuitable for people with shoulder injuries.
Brendon Talbot M.OMSc/Instagram

“Everyday things can add up to back pain,” Dr. Jason Lipetz, chief of spine medicine at Northwell Health in Long Island, told The Post in 2019.

Repeated overhead activities such as lifting your children or reaching for shelves are often to blame for shoulder pain, Lipetz explained.

James Koo, a board-certified physical therapist at Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Health, suggested putting a long stick, umbrella or broom handle on your back along the length of your spine, from your lower back to neck.

Then, while holding the stick behind your back with one hand behind your neck and another at your lower back, practice sitting and standing by sticking your hips back toward a chair with the item still pressed up against your back.

Do three sets of 10, three times a week.

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