Fall is here and with it comes flu season. Doctors and health professionals advise people to get vaccinated. But what if your annual, cold-weather flu shot ends up giving you a frozen shoulder? (more…)
Lyme Disease and Frozen Shoulder: A Correlation
There is a connection between Lyme disease and adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder. (more…)
Faith-Based Healing–Healthy or Hoax?
Many people swear by the efficacy of faith or belief when it comes to healing themselves or healing others with chronic conditions like frozen shoulder. And there are a few sites and Youtube videos that advocate a “frozen shoulder natural cure” in the form of prayer or meditation. (more…)
Shoveling snow and adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder are linked. The connection isn’t clear at first glance. But strenuous activity leading to strain or trauma to the shoulder is one of the factors that could lead to a person developing adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder. (more…)
Chapter 1: The Pathophysiology of frozen shoulder
Frozen shoulder syndrome (FFS) is a condition that causes pain and stiffness of the shoulder in some adults. It is also called adhesive capsulitis because the sack that contains the lubricating fluid in the shoulder joint forms adhesions and this can contribute to the inflammation and stiffness of the joint. (more…)