Frozen Shoulder

Dr Oscar Brumby-Rendell | ASULC | Adelaide Shoulder & Upper Limb Clinic | Recovery from Surgery
  • The joint begins to tighten and shoulder aching gradually increases.
  • Sleeping on the affected shoulder induces pain.
  • Reduced shoulder movement capacities and greater stiffness
  • Difficulty completing everyday activities
  • The abilities of shoulder muscles may continue to decrease due to lack of use.
  • Mobility progressively increases.
  • Gradual decrease in pain
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