You Have a Frozen Shoulder – Now What?
So you finally went to the doctor about your shoulder pain and limited range of motion. He said you have Frozen Shoulder. Is that a “real” condition? What can you do? … Educate yourself.
Free E-book – Managing Frozen Shoulder
Here’s a link to Managing Frozen Shoulder – A Guide For Those Suffering From Frozen Shoulder. This is a free e-book and has been made available by The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. It covers these basic topics:
- What is Frozen Shoulder
- Treatment Options for Frozen Shoulder
- Exercises for Frozen shoulder
If you’re still curious, here are some interesting statistics about Frozen Shoulder.
The Rotater and Frozen Shoulder
Many people have purchased the Rotater to help them recover from frozen shoulder. Here’s what one of them had to say about his experience with the Rotater:
“…I was diagnosed with Adhesive Capsulitis and only 50-60% of normal external and internal rotation. Using the Rotater daily and combined with physical therapy I have progressed to 100% external rotation and 95% internal rotation in less than nine weeks. I have no pain and am back to playing tennis….” read more
Don Elswick – Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)