frozen shoulder


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frozen shoulder

n
(Pathology) pathol a painful stiffness in a shoulder joint
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He was treated immediately and underwent intensive rehabilitation but then suffered a frozen shoulder and developed CFS.
This might include a frozen shoulder, foot or ankle pain, or pain in the wrist or hand.
Common musculoskeletal complications of diabetes include stiff hand syndrome, Dupuytren's contracture, various types of tendinitis, periarthritis of shoulder and frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis.
Adhesive capsulitis, also called as frozen shoulder, defines a pathological process that causes limited movement, pain, and dysfunction in the shoulder due to adhesion occurring at the glenohumeral joint.
For six months now, Marissa has been suffering from frozen shoulder which she describes as "greater than emotional pain."
Manual therapy and exercise for adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder).
Frozen shoulder which can come on suddenly, though it's often related to an injury.
Dear Mayo Clinic: Is frozen shoulder always improved with physical therapy, or are there sometimes other measures that must be taken?
But several other conditions--including rotator cuff damage, bursitis, frozen shoulder, and dislocation--also result in pain.
They are providing treatment for osteoarthritis; solder pain, elbow pain, knee injuries, ankle injuries, frozen shoulder, headaches, low back pain and disc injuries.
Frozen shoulder is a common, complex problem that affects many individuals.
Mr Denholm DR YU'S REPORT: Frozen shoulder is a common problem and unfortunately it does tend to affect both of the shoulders, at different times.