Adhesive Capsulitis Of Shoulder

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  • DONNIEBIG
  • HeatherL

    3 stages - Freezing, Frozen and Thawing

    Im wondering if anyone knows when they moved from one stage to the next. I think Im still freezing because - the pain is intense, I can still raise my arm about 8 inches away from my side and out in front to chest level. I was told the pain would lessen in the next stage... but from what people are...

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  • Nikki M

    Long Haul holiday with FS?????

    Booked our 25th Anniversary holiday to Bali and Singapore back in september 2011 for 25th july 2012 which is now fast approching. Although I havent been offically been diaganosed yet, it is definateiy FS from all the research and treament done so far. My dilemma is whether to go on the once in a lifetime...

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  • John Tom

    Frozen shoulder syptoms

    Hi all, My dr says I have a frozen shoulder. I woke up in agony a week before my holiday and spent a fortune on sports physio and chiro practioners. I have read some of the statements on this site about the symptoms. When I got my symptoms I thought I was having a heart attack. I had a pain...

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  • Guest

    Have you looked at

    I have had a shoulder problem for about 3 months. GP said frozen shoulder but I believe it is a rotator cuff tear. I know what activity did the damage but physio also says simply frozen shoulder. Actually I think it may be a cost saving exercise to put us all in the same basket, rather than investigate...

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  • tezcon

    frozen shoulder

    have had frozen right shoulder since dec. this really is a debilitating condition and it is good to find somewhere to vent frustrations and get advice. had cortizone inj in feb, this has helped a little bit, but still in pain. i started accupuncture 6 weeks ago and am finding that it keeps the pain at...

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  • Guest

    Hello everyone, great to be a part of this fourm

    I just wanted to check in here and say hello! this is a great forum, ive read a lot of great things. Ive been lurking around mostly, but finally decided to join and post. Look forward to being a part of the community. my main question is, does this forum have a memberslist? im looking...

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  • Guest

    Capsula operation

    I had a similar pain for about four months, and was having physio and using a TENS machine regularly, before I resorted to surgery six weeks ago. I had key-hole surgery to remove a bit of the capsula and a cortisone injection to reduce the inflamation. I was expecting it to give a slight relief but...

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  • Guest

    Frozen Shoulder

    Hi I have had this problem in my right shoulder since june. Had injection, acupuncture and this week had second physio session which yesterday and today I am in agony with it. It keeps me awake at night and Im in a desk job using the mouse on pc during the day. Its now going into the neck and even...

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  • steve b

    SHOULDER EXERCISES !!

    hello all. newbie here, with a frozen shoulder and looking for a bit of advice. i have been given a leaflet with three exercises swinging arm to and fro, side to side etc.. i wonder am i supposed to push into the pain barrier and how far if so.. am i supposed to be stretching the siezed tissue or...

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  • kynship

    2ND FROZEN SHOULDER

    Hi, I am a frozen shoulder part 2 victim, I am on my 2nd frozen shoulder almost immediately after my first one which took 2 years to heal. I went from right to left. I feel for us. this not only painful it is very frustrating and people who have not exprienced it, don't really want to here much complaining...

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  • hazlee

    Frozen Shoulder

    I was diagnosed with frozen shoulder yesterday and although had heard of it before but didn't really know what it was. Since reasearching internet and reading this forum am amazed and scared to find that it could go on for years. I am a 60 yr old woman live alone and work 4 dys a wk I'm now...

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  • debs1007

    Frozen Shoulder

    Its nice to know I'm not the only person suffering from this terrible painful condition! I was diagnosed with a frozen shoulder in 14 April 2010 and a referral was sent for me to have a steriod injection, by 6 May 2010 I was unable to carry out my work duties, as I work in an office at a computer...

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  • Guest

    Frozen Shoulder

    I finally had Frozen Shoulder diagnosed Oct'09 after a couple of months passing from Doctor to Physio to Doctor!! Pain really shocking for about 4 months. Had serious painkillers and then steroid injection which either helped or just happened when phase two kicked in. Now no pain but very limited...

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  • Guest

    Just started

    I have recently been diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder and had a steroid injection which, and I'm sad to say, didn't give any relief. But looking through the write up on this subject I managed to get a little light relief as according to whom would normally suffer this type of injury I should be...

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  • Guest

    2nd Frozen Shoulder

    I have had a frozen shoulder in my right side since September 2005 which is now on the mend and I developed a frozen shoulder on my left side January 2007. I work as a clerical assistant and work on computers all day and although OHS at work won't admit it I believe its been caused by work and so...

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  • Guest

    Frozen shoulder again!

    Hi fellow sufferers I am on my second frozen shoulder, now in my right arm. My left arm still does not have full movement. My only relief is knowing that the pain will eventually subside. The sleepless nights, the difficulty dressing, brushing hair, putting on seat belt, reaching for anything are...

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  • floyd

    Frozen Shoulder Experience

    I was eventually diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder about 2 months ago after visiting my GP back in October with pain in my upper left arm. The condition just seemed to creep up on me. I thought the initial pain in my upper arm was muscle damage and didn't realise my shoulder was slowly ceasing up....

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  • Guest

    Frozen Shoulder - my story

    Everyone’s story is different, so here’s mine – hope you find it useful. In the autumn of 2006 I started noticing an ache in my right shoulder, but didn’t pay much attention to it. After Christmas the pain started to get progressively worse and I tried to identify a cause – was it the new handbag at...

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  • Caz58

    FROZEN SHOULDER ON THE MEND

    Like others who have posted I found that this site has been so useful, especially the “helpful tips” so I thought I would share my story although I have never posted on any site before! I fell from my bicycle in June 2009 and injured my left elbow resulting in pain around the shoulder blade and collar...

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  • Guest

    capsulitis

    just been diagnosed today i feel so low and debilitated does it make u this way cant get comfortable and my spine feels cold is this normal with this condition

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  • TanteAnnie

    Frozen shoulder, alternative medicine

    A coupe of years ago I had problems with my right shoulder, pain and stiffness. Doctor prescribed painkillers, which he said would give me a upset stomach. He also suggested injections. I was not keen on this. I went to the local health shop and asked for advise and it was suggested I take Devils Claw.It...

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  • Guest

    Frozen Shoulder

    Hi Everyone I have now been suffering from Frozen Shoulder for about 3-4 months. I had a anterior fusion operation on one of my cervical disks last year which may have set it off. However I am 45 years old female and am probably peri-menopausal as well so there are a couple of risk factors there. ...

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  • Guest

    My frozen shoulder

    I have never written in a blog before but I feel the pain of everyone who has written here. I also had a frozen shoulder in my right arm and after a year it has returned to almost normal. I now have it in my left shoulder, but feel hopefull that in a year I will be through the all the stages and back...

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  • Guest

    arthroscopic release

    Had painful 6 months.Waitting for arthroscropic release and request advice from others on results of surgery ... target is pain free total movements tried everything physio helped with some improvement but painful..I was lifting whole shoulder joint in exercise..feel no light or end of tunnel sometimes..but...

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  • Guest

    Recovered from frozen shoulder

    Hi everyone – I have been reading this site for some time and would like to make a comment. I fell from a ladder in Dec 2008 and broke both my arms – the left one especially badly with radius and ulna broken at both ends and also the humerus (elbow) shattered – so that I had to have internal fixing on...

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  • Guest

    frozen shoulder

    i,have had this for 4 years now,the pain is unbelievable,i have it in both shoulders althought the left one is worse,i can't dress myself or brush my long hair i can't lift anything heavier than a few ounces.driving is a nightmare.i have had co-codamol,zydol.etc. even morphine nothing will kill...

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  • Guest

    Climate related

    Armenia is located in the Caucuses Mountains, with altitudes ranging from 600 meters to almost 3,000 meters above sea level. The sun is very hot in the summer, when temperatures rise to above 40 Degrees, and warm in the winter, when temperatures can fall to below minus 40 Degrees. The mountains in the...

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