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Suffer from frozen shoulder, pain in the leg. Surgery not needed. Need a permanent solution

iam70 yrs old house wife suffering from frozen shoulder on right side and pain over palm on right leg for the fast 2 yrs taking medicine and doing physcio therapy exercis daily
but no relief if take pain killer tab feel tempy relief
during check up in 2006 found one block in heart taking medicine also thy roid many sr doc tors say no need for surgery only medicne and exercise to follow
but i am day by day feel very un comfortable i want some remedy with best in ortho
1, mebistar 2.5 .2. storvas 10 3...clavixas 75 4 shellcall 500 mg 5 thyronam 75 mg

dear dr i seek yr valuble opinion for my case

r kamakshi id rajgopalneha@ hot mail .com phone no 0000
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Dear Madam, Physiotherapy exercises are the best way of getting rid of Frozen Shoulder. However, if it has persisted for a long time, and you are unable to exercise properly because of the pain resulting in progressive stiffness- you should talk to your Orthopaedician about Intra-articular injection of Cortisone or Methyl Prednisolone followed by gentle manipulation of the shoulder for a faster recovery.
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