Thread: Frozen Shoulder
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Old 07-19-2006, 07:30 AM   #15
Mark Freeman
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Re: Frozen Shoulder

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John Riggs wrote:
It is the use of flexible tape called kinesiotape for either support or edema reduction. If you have good range of motion but certain movements are bad, you might not have a frozen shoulder but one that is in the process or you might also have a rotator cuff impingement. If it hurts to bring your arm into abduction or flexion that may be part of the problem. There could be a spur catching and inflaming the tendons, especially if you have had prior injuries.
If it is a FS I'm probably still in phase 1 ( freezing). If it is as you suggest, a spur, what is the best way ahead, X ray?

Thanks again,

Mark

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