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A stiff neck and tight shoulders are very well known issues for many of us. The good thing is that if this pain is caused by stress, bad sitting habits, or lack of activity, regular stretching can make a big difference and even give you permanent relief. The key word is regular. Consistency is the key for success.
How to get rid of muscle knots in your neck, shoulders, and back. 10 Great tips from the physical therapist at Tone-and-Tighten.com
Strengthening the core and upper body, including your back and shoulders, is a great way to improve your posture over time and help get rid of shoulder pain. And your shoulders specifically may benefit immensely from rotator cuff exercises, which strengthen and stabilize the small muscles that help keep the ball-and-socket joint in place. But if shoulder tension and tightness are what plague you, doing some shoulder stretches can provide short-term relief.