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Frozen Shoulder As its name suggests, this condition causes stiffness in the shoulder.
Frozen shoulder is when your shoulder becomes gradually stiffer over time.
Although frozen shoulder is a self-limiting condition, it imposes such morbidity and lengthy recovery time that patients and clinicians alike seek treatment interventions.
Shoulder pain can be a long-term problem, however, up to half of people still have symptoms after 18 months, particularly if they suffer with frozen shoulder.
Often people go to their GP with symptoms like a frozen shoulder, reduced movement in their arms, an occasional limp, the foot turning in or toes clawing.
The cause of frozen shoulder isn't exactly clear, but it occurs more commonly in people whose arm and shoulder have been immobilized for an extended period, such as after surgery, a fracture, or a rotator cuff injury.
The fact that restriction of internal rotation in a neutral position is absent in patients with frozen shoulder implies no presence of posterior capsular tightness.
Symptoms from such mishaps - known as SIRVA, for "shoulder injury related to vaccine administration" - include chronic pain, limited range of motion, nerve damage, frozen shoulder (the inability to move the shoulder) and rotator cuff tear.
Levin has had notable success in treating migraine headaches, Frozen Shoulder Syndromes, Neuropathic Pain Syndrome and failed Spine Surgery Syndromes.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Frozen Shoulder Syndrome Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2015" provides an overview of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome clinical trials scenario.
She whiffed like a football locker room after she used it for a frozen shoulder.