„Sometimes shoulders just seize up, painfully and mysteriously: frozen shoulder. It comes with other diseases, usually diabetes, or it follows traumas or periods of immobilisation — hold the shoulder in one position for long enough, and it actually may get stuck there. The shoulder is the only joint that often “freezes” like this. Frozen shoulder is a biological puzzle, and a common one. It’s hard to define precisely, diagnose accurately, or treat effectively. In fact, frozen shoulder treatment is one of the best examples of how musculoskeletal medicine is surprisingly primitive still.“Paul Ingraham • May 13, 2022
Complete Guide to Frozen Shoulder An extremely detailed science-based guide to one of the strangest of all common musculoskeletal problems, for both patients and pros.
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