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Lyme Disease and Frozen Shoulder

Lyme Disease and Frozen Shoulder

Lyme Disease and Frozen Shoulder: A Correlation

There is a connection between Lyme disease and adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder.

Despite being extremely busy curing frozen shoulders and performing other Trigenics® non-surgical operations to resolve conditions like carpal tunnel and migraine headaches, Dr. Oolo-Austin reads and studies constantly. He is committed to ongoing professional development. As part of his continued research on frozen shoulder, he has discovered a correlation between Lyme disease and adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder.

A number of patients who have undergone the Trigenics® OAT Procedure to cure their frozen shoulders have had Lyme disease. A simple Google search for Lyme disease and frozen shoulder yields many anecdotal reports of people with Lyme disease developing adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder.

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=3079014

http://patient.info/forums/discuss/gp-dismissing-lyme-disease-62600

http://canlyme.com/2011/10/13/sharons-story/

http://www.humanthology.com/lyme-disease/2014/9/15/slyme-disease-how-a-speck-changed-my-life-forever

Dr. Oolo-Austin is researching Lyme disease and adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder to discover the reason for the connection and to see if there is any causation. Anecdotal evidence of correlation exists, but more research needs to be done before he can reach any conclusions.

Among the many, many distressing symptoms of Lyme disease, these ones stand out:

  • Thyroid inflammation (acute thyroiditis; hypothyroidism; Hashimoto’s thyroiditis)
  • Arthritic pain that migrates from joint to joint
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Intermittent joint swelling
  • Joint aches (arthralgia)
  • Joint pain, without redness or swelling
  • Morning stiffness
  • Muscle aches (myalgia)
  • Muscle pain, stiffness, weakness
  • Reduced range of motion
  • Stiff neck

Lyme disease frozen shoulder bullseyeSymptoms of Lyme disease reflect conditions in the body that make a person more likely to develop frozen shoulder according to Dr. Oolo-Austin’s etiology triad. Two of the three common denominators in the triad among patients suffering from frozen shoulder are hormonal imbalances affecting the thyroid and shoulder strain injury.

As if people with Lyme disease and frozen shoulder sufferers didn’t have enough to worry about!

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