Tag: Frozen Shoulder

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Radial Shockwave for Frozen Shoulder

Radial Shockwave for Frozen Shoulder

| July 28, 2015 | Reply

Frozen shoulder is a painful condition in which the shoulder, in the absence of demonstrable trauma, quickly gets very stiff and sore.  Even small sudden movements can shoot a lightning bolt of pain through the shoulder and arm.  Not only can this problem render recreational activities such as throwing, playing tennis, or swinging a golf […]

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Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

| January 2, 2012 | Reply

Sidewalks are not the only thing that can freeze at this time of the year.  So can your shoulder. Frozen shoulder is an unfortunate condition where you lose your shoulder flexibility.  Reaching overhead, behind your back or to the side becomes restricted and painful.  Sometimes, frozen shoulder will get better on its own, but all too often […]

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Making Pain Right when Nerves Go Wrong

Making Pain Right when Nerves Go Wrong

| April 29, 2011 | 1 Reply

Many medical practitioners are perplexed by pain that shows no sign of tissue damage or inflammation. This type of pain, known as neuropathic pain, typically occurs when nerves malfunction following an injury. The result is pain even when extensive medical tests show there is “nothing wrong”.

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