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Therapy exercise for frozen shoulder

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doctor1 MD

eventually did not help because I developed frozen shoulder . On April 11 I was finally given shot ... nothing, and needed six more weeks of different exercises and therapy. Now the insurance company will stop ...

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Hi - I m wondering if you could tell me if you think I have frozen shoulder , shoulder impingement ... directions. I went to a sports medicine doctor this week who thinks I have frozen shoulder. We ve already ...

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I have frozen shoulder from an injury (falling down the stairs) 9 months ago. It is about 80 to 90 ... will freeze again? If I stay active and do my physical therapy exercises will that ensure that it doesn ...

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to do everything only with the healthy arm. This was a mistake, as I developed frozen shoulder . By May (7 months after the fall), the frozen shoulder was about 90% healed and I was doing well. From August ...

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, and he examined me and also did another x-ray and said I had frozen shoulder . He did an adjustment ... any x-rays, but has sent me to physical therapy . The pain seems to be attacking my whole arm, forearm ...

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Thanks... a bit confused about treatment options and correct sequencing of frozen shoulder Orthopedic Surgeon 1st - Radiographs (?) - Steroid injection into the joint area - Physical therapy sessions ...

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diagnosed it a FROZEN SHOULDER problem...for the last 2 months...she is having regular physio therapy & some light exercise from a physiotherapist....she is a diabetic & heart patient.... since the pain ...

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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 ...

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Hi Dr.Samuel I have frozen shoulder due to partial rotator cuff tear in October 2013. I am under ... and there is no pain unless I do stretching exercises. I am taking natural anti-inflammatory tablets and fish oil ...

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I ve a SLAP Tear, a tendenosis and some frozen shoulder. Tear may have happened by aggravating the painful exercise during Gym. I m 47years old male. MRI scan suggests all of these and the orthopedic ...

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shoulder and I was diagnosed with frozen shoulder, went to PT with no relief. Recently the same symptoms ... come back normal. Doc is stumped. Says I probably need lots of PT and exercise and that it could take ...

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therapy. After the third injection w/ physical therapy the black area around my right hand disappeared ...

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Last year I had a mild neck injury which progressed into a frozen shoulder, so for the better part of a year I have been pretty sedentary, doing only the exercises suggested for physical therapy (for those ...

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Hi! my dad is 51 years old suffering from Frozen shoulder ..its been a few months...and he can ... diabetes for almost 18 years...my question is he does go for therapy but is surgery safe for him? plz do ...

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has already been through Physio, massage, laser therapy but so far no satisfactory results. After ... on movement. After months of going through Physio, massage, laser therapy there is only some inches ...

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doctor1 MD

looks like frozen shoulder,needs evaluation exercises and physiotherapy.

doctor1 MD

Hello, Frozen shoulder is a peri arthritis of shoulder joint and is generally treated by proper physiotherapy exercises and local heat.in severe cases ,not responding to physiotherapy,local steroid injections are injected to break the adhesions. Consult a physiotherapist. Thanks

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It is stiffness of shoulder and commonly seen in diabetes . it can be treated with physiotherapy and arthroscopy surgeries.