Frozen Shoulder also commonly referred to as Adhesive Capsulitis, is an inflammatory condition where the shoulder capusle and surrounding tissues thicken, resulting in pain initially .
1. A Physical examination by a Physiotherapist is usually enough to diagnose a frozen shoulder, but your doctor may also order imaging tests such as X rays. ultrasound or MRI to rule out other problems like arthritis or a torn rotator cuff.
Book an assessment ! Do not ignore the symptoms, earlier access to a healthcare professional will lead to an accurate diagnosis and correct management if you have a Frozen Shoulder.
Try some heat to the shoulder and/or over the counter pain killers.
Keep active, move the arm within comfort.
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