Every joint in the body is a play-off of mobility versus stability. The shoulder is a particularly mobile joint so it's stability relies greatly upon how the various muscles around it interact to hold the joint central. In general the idea is to identify which muscles are tight and stiff which inhibit motion and give them stretches and releases to increase their flexibility. Then identify which muscles are underperforming and increase their strength so that they can hold the shoulder in a central position.
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