How to Fix a Frozen Shoulder

Here's how to regain movement and relieve pain in this joint

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It’s easy take your shoulder for granted—that is, until it suddenly freezes up on you. You use this normally mobile ball-and-socket joint for so many daily functions, from swinging a golf club to reaching for a bowl on a high shelf. Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, can quickly curb these and other activities. […]
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