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What is a Shoulder Pulley? 

An exercise pulley is a physical therapy device designed to help with pain and the range of motion (ROM) of the arm and shoulder. Hand pulleys can be mounted to a wall, over a door, or on the floor. If you have shoulder pain or have undergone shoulder surgery, an exercise pulley is a great tool to help reduce pain and improve range of motion, strength, mobility, and overall function. Your physical therapist may prescribe you a shoulder pulley as a part of a rehabilitation program for your shoulder after an injury or surgery, along with other therapeutic modalities. 

A shoulder pulley typically consists of: 

  • A long rope  
  • Two handles, one attached to each end of the rope 
  • A pulley in the middle of the rope  
  • A door anchor 

Rehab Store carries a huge range of exercise pulleys to help with different arm and shoulder conditions and for shoulder rehabilitation after an injury or surgery. Additionally, workout pulleys can be used for upper body strengthening without any underlying shoulder conditions. Pulley systems are easy to assemble, simple to use and take up little space. 

Who should use Overdoor Shoulder Pulley? 

There are many injuries and problems that may cause shoulder pain, and many of them are quite common and caused due to overuse. Using a shoulder pulley for physical therapy can gradually increase your ROM and strengthen your rotator cuff and other shoulder muscles. Following are the some of the conditions that may benefit from an exercise pulley, including: 

  • Arthritis  
  • Frozen shoulder 
  • Shoulder fractures 
  • Shoulder replacement 
  • Shoulder impingement 
  • Rotator cuff tears 
  • Post shoulder surgery 
  • Shoulder bursitis 
  • Cervical radiculopathy or nerve compression 
  • Bicep tendon injuries  

Benefits of Pulley System 

  • Helps relieve pain in the shoulder and arm. 
  • Helps improve shoulder range of motion. 
  • Helps improve shoulder muscle strength
  • Helps maintain good posture. 
  • Helps regain normal function of hands
  • Helps improve blood flow to the shoulder joint. 
  • Helps regain flexibility of the shoulder joint if you have weakness or loss of flexibility. 
  • Helps to do physical therapy exercises in the comfort of the home. 

Shoulder Pulley Exercises  

One of the best ways to regain range of motion after a shoulder injury is to use a shoulder pulley. A hand pulley allows you to move your injured or surgical arm without causing pain or further damaging it. Here are some exercises using over-the-door shoulder pulley: 

1. Shoulder flexion exercise  

  • Attach your pulleys over a door and stand with your back to the door.  
  • Hold the handle in both hands and pull the handle on your unaffected side down. 
  • The other hand will slowly rise. 
  • Allow your arm and shoulder to move forward and up while keeping your elbow straight. 
  • Lift your arm as far as possible.  
  • Hold your arm in the raised position for 2 seconds, then slowly bring it down to your side. 
  • Repeat this exercise 10 times. 

2. Shoulder abduction exercise  

  • Stand with your back to the door.  
  • Hold both handles of the shoulder pulleys and pull the handle down in your hand on the non-affected side.  
  • While doing this, keep your elbow straight and allow the pulleys to raise your injured arm to your side. 
  • Lift up until you feel gentle tension in your shoulder, and then hold the position for 2 seconds. 
  • Then using your non-painful hand and arm, slowly lower your painful arm and shoulder down to your side. 
  • Repeat this exercise 10 times. 

3. Should internal rotation exercise  

  • Stand with your back to the door and hold both handles of the exercise pulley 
  • Rotate your painful shoulder slightly inward while resting your hand comfortably behind your hip or low back. 
  • Use your non-painful side to pull the pulley handle down.  
  • While doing this, the hand behind your back will be pulled up by the pulley. 
  • Allow the pulley to pull your hand up your back until a gentle stretch is felt. 
  • Hold this position for two seconds. 
  • Then slowly bring the arm behind your back to the area just behind your hip. 
  •  Repeat this exercise 10 times. 

Note: You should work with your medical provider and physical therapist to ensure that the exercises you perform on the hand pulley are appropriate for your specific condition. Be sure to follow your physical therapist’s instructions closely. Aggressive exercises too soon after surgery can aggravate your condition. 

When not to use Exercise Pulleys? 

  • If you have pain 
  • If you have recently undergone any surgery 
  • If your limbs are recently injured. 
  • If your physician has advised you to take a rest. 
  • If you have a fractured arm. 
  • If exercise increases your pain  

Where to buy a Shoulder Pulley online?  

Improving shoulder ROM is a critical component of your shoulder rehabilitation. Physical therapy pully is an excellent tool to assist you in healing and improve your range of motion to help reduce stiffness. Rehab Store carries a range of best exercise pulley systems from top-selling vendors such as Fabrication Enterprises, Patterson Medical, Prepak Products, etc., at affordable prices. Shop now and work on your stiff shoulders in the comfort of your home and also on the go. Place your order with us today! 

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