Hi, I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to talk about how to deal with shoulder pain without a chiropractor. So, there's a few things that you can do and the first thing that you can do is circling your shoulders back. And you're just going to do about 15 shoulder rolls back and then, you're going to go to the opposite direction. And what you're doing here is actually you're moving your shoulder blade back along alignment into the spine and that's going to level out your shoulders and get your shoulder to function a little bit more. And then, all you're going to do is squeeze your shoulder blades back and release. Squeeze and release. And you want to make sure that you're only moving your shoulders and your shoulder blades and not your ribcage. Okay? So, keep your core nice and relaxed and squeeze your shoulder blades together. And you'll do that about 15 to 20 times. And then the last one that you can do is down on the ground, you're going to be in all fours here and your shoulders are going to go directly over your hands and then you're going to walk your hands one hand length forward. You're going to move your shoulders over your hands again by bringing your hips down and then, you're just going to rotate your arms in and out. And again, we're working the shoulder blades here to get the shoulder joint back into alignment. Then we do about 15. Those are a few functional exercises for your shoulders that you can do if you have pain and you're seeing a chiropractor. I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM.