What is frozen shoulder?
Anyone know the differences between frozen shoulder, slipped disc, rotator cuff problem, a collar bone problem or other various shoulder related issues? If you have knowledge of how to rid these problems, that's useful too!
by Shepherd's Lamb 8 years ago
Has anyone suffered with "frozen shoulder"?A couple of months ago I suddenly couldn't lift my arm without it "locking" at about a 45-degree angle. Has anyone else suffered such a thing? If so, do you know what causes it and how to treat it? Does it ever go...
by mugshot 9 years ago
For the past two weeks I have been suffering excruciating back pain, the Dr thinks its sciatica but also thinks I could potentially have a slipped/herniated/prolapsed disc.I can barely walk 20 metres the pain is so bad, the pain shoots down my whole right leg, my right calf is constantly feeling...
by Maria Janta-Cooper 4 years ago
Have you ever experienced a 'frozen shoulder'?Do you have any 'secret recipe' to make it better? It is not a sport injury. I do my workout often, but now, the range of motion of my left shoulder is not 100 % anymore. It is sometimes awfully painful too... and it is since around 10-12 months... Grrr.
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