Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a debilitating but normally temporary condition that is characterized by an extended period of pain and stiffness in your shoulder. Symptoms usually subside and functionality returns to normal after up to three years. A number of health conditions can [Read More]
Treatments for Frozen Shoulder
Do you find it hard to move one or both of your shoulders? Do you feel pain and stiffness? If you are experiencing these symptoms, then you may have a condition called frozen shoulder. This condition inhibits your shoulder movement, making it hard for you to perform activities like reaching up or [Read More]
What Is a Frozen Shoulder?
The shoulder is composed of three main bones forming a ball-and-socket joint. These bones are the collarbone (clavicle), upper arm bone (humerus), and shoulder blade (scapula). What holds these bones together is a section of strong connective tissue called the shoulder capsule. When a person has [Read More]