These are some higher-level shoulder stability exercises that can be performed late in the rehab process once sufficient strength has been developed.
The key is to control the movement the whole time as the kettlebell and the band will act to pull the shoulder out of position. Give them a try, they are harder than they look!
Andrew Clark is a father of 3 and the owner and principal physiotherapist at Clinical Physiotherapy, St Ives. He graduated with a Masters degree from the University of Sydney in 2010 and has since had 10 years experience working in musculoskeletal private practice. He has undergone extensive professional development and has experience treating a wide variety of patients and musculoskeletal conditions.