Scap Strength Leveled Up! Shoulder Pain Solution
Takes Over for Better, Faster Results
You’re now seeing information about Shoulder Pain Solution. We used everything we’ve learned from Scap Strength, Shoulder Flexibility Solution and Shoulder Control to create a program that is easier to follow, incorporates the newest medical research, and provides a comprehensive guide to get you pain-free shoulders faster.
You have lifetime access to every course you’ve purchased. If you hadn’t yet purchased Scap Strength, you can use Shoulder Pain Solution to improve your range of motion and scapular control.
Explore this page to see what Shoulder Pain Solution can do for your shoulders if you’re looking to reduce tightness and pain or improve your range of motion to keep doing what you love.
Your shoulders, pain-free
The Shoulder Pain Solution is a science-based, orthopaedic surgeon approved online program that fixes root causes of issues for lasting relief. Shoulder impingement, rotator cuff tears, AC joint dysfunction, bursitis, scapular winging, serratus anterior dysfunction and more - whatever your problem we’ve got you covered.
Fix root causes
Rubbing what hurts or taking painkillers is a band-aid. Instead, fix the root cause. We’ll show you how.
We’ve helped others avoid the knife, but if it’s absolutely necessary the program will give you a superior outcome.
You’ll discover the three key elements to building tissue resilience to keep your shoulders pain-free for good.
My shoulder has improved significantly and surgery has been postponed indefinitely (torn labrum a few months ago). Thank you all very much. This was a lifesaver.
Your videos have been very helpful. Much better than going to physio, having them show you how to do one exercise once and then be expected to memorize it. Sometimes they will give you a short video of a computer generated person doing the exercise. However you walking us through each step visually and describing it has been most helpful.
Trusted by thousands with a proven track record
The internet is filled with articles, videos and social media posts by supposed experts promising “1 weird trick to instantly eliminate your pain” or “The only 3 stretches you need to feel better”.
Unfortunately, it’s easy for anybody these days to create eye-catching content that sounds like it works, but the results more often than not leave much to be desired.
On the other hand, the Shoulder Pain Solution was developed:
a) By legitimate experts who continue to help people move freely and without pain both in the real world and online
b) From analyzing the results and feedback gathered from releasing 3 different online shoulder courses starting in 2015 that have been used by 11,199+ people
Meet your team
Eric Wong BSc aka “Coach E” is a kinesiologist and the founder of Precision Movement. He was a pioneer in strength and conditioning for the sport of mixed martial arts, training a number of athletes who competed in the UFC and other professional organizations and at the forefront in the online fitness world where he began sharing content and creating online programs back in 2008.
Dr. Erin Boynton MD FRCS is an orthopaedic surgeon who joined Precision Movement as Chief Medical Officer in 2020. She has 30 years of experience as an orthopaedic surgeon, served as the team surgeon for MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays for 10 years, is the current Medical Director of the WTA’s National Bank Open tennis tournament and a national champ tennis player herself.
Precision Movement is the trusted name when it comes to corrective exercise for 235,000+ subscribers on YouTube and tens of thousands of customers and users of our app.
Feedback from some awesome customers
"My shoulders are looser (I am mostly a desk worker unfortunately) and old soreness/constant bit of pain between shoulder blades DISAPPEARED!!
"For years I've went through MANY programs to restore my shoulder mobility and didn't stick with because I did not see any improvements, but yours 100% did. Already my mobility has improved by at least 80% and I'm just in my 3rd week of training."
"I came from the injury camp myself - I had an acromioclavicular ligament partial tear about 3 years ago. I’ve seen great progress from the program. Previously the overhead movements were painful, now they are not."
"Helping people get back to living active lives they love is our business AND passion. We’re here for the long run and we’d love to have you join us on this journey to movement longevity."
- Coach E & Dr. B
4 key benefits of this unique program
Easy to follow
Step-by-step instructions with concise, high quality videos make following this program a breeze.
Routines require just 20 minutes and minimal equipment so you can do them at home.
Based on scientific principles and the latest research to get you lasting results.
Designed for you
Whether your pain is severe or mild you can get started and make real progress.
Get rid of your shoulder pain today
A typical course of physical therapy requires 8 weeks of treatment twice a week and can cost upwards of $1360, not to mention the added time (and gas!) to go to your appointments.
If you want 1-on-1 coaching from Dr. B and Coach E, you're looking at hundreds of dollars per hour and at least four weeks on the waitlist.
Instead, get started on the Shoulder Pain Solution today and you're getting the guidance of trusted experts over the next few months (and beyond) to take you from painful to pain-free for only...
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GOLFED FOR 1ST TIME IN 2 YEARS!
I had been working with an Exercise Physiologist prior to taking this course on & he'd got me to the point where my inflammation was gone but I'd hit a bit of a wall in getting the shoulder better & I felt I needed something different. That's where the shoulder course came in. The difference in my shoulder issue which had been ongoing for 12 months prior, in the space of 4 weeks, is quite staggering. I hit my first golf balls at the range in over 2 years this weekend - 40 balls in total actually. There was almost no pain (except for the inevitable DOMS the day after!) I couldn't have even swung a club 4 weeks ago. I'm now doing every day tasks such as driving & washing myself almost entirely pain free.
The video tutorials are great, & the supplementary reading to go with it. All great. Coach E explains things so well & also the exercises are so different compared to anything else I've done in the past. I wish I'd done this course years ago.
How the Shoulder Pain Solution compares
Shoulder Pain Solution
Physio, Trainer, etc.
Same cost as 1-2 training sessions
In the comfort of your own home
You’ve got 1 full year to decide
3 phases from pain elimination
Therapists rarely transcend the
You might get a few exercises,
4 x 20 minute sessions
Wasted time sifting through low quality content
Frequently asked questions
Unless your doctor told you not to move your shoulder or you have another legitimate reason not to, whether you’ve got rotator cuff tendonitis, shoulder impingement, winged scapula or frozen shoulder, this program will help.
The reason why is because the Shoulder Pain Solution fixes the root causes of most issues - poor tissue pliaibility, inactive and/or weak muscles, insufficient range of motion, muscular imbalances and poor motor control - and does so in a safe, progressive fashion.
While most of the techniques require no equipment, you’ll also learn exercises that utilize a massage ball, foam roller, strength band and in latter phases a light dumbbell (5-10 pounds for most).
Most routines take 20 minutes and the majority of the program requires you to do routines 4-6 days/week (your choice).
The Acute Pain Phase (pain level of 7+/10) requires a short exercise routine of 10 minutes or less and other protocols for pain relief performed 1-3 times/day (the more frequent, the better).
If you’re not happy with the results you get or the program for any reason, email us at [email protected] within 1 year of purchase and we’ll refund your money no questions asked, no hassles. We're not happy unless you get results you're happy thrilled with.
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We’ve got your back
If you have any questions or run into any issues we offer different ways to get support:
Have a question? Send an email to [email protected] and one of our coaches will get back to you.
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If you can’t get the support you need or don’t get results you’re happy with, you’re covered by our industry-leading 1 year money back guarantee.
1 Year Money-Back Guarantee
If this course doesn’t help you with pain, better movement, greater range of motion, or you just don’t like it, we’re happy to give you a full refund within 1 year of purchase - no questions asked. All you have to do is send us an email at [email protected] and we'll take care of you.
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