How to Fix a Frozen Shoulder

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


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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