Thread: Frozen Shoulder
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Old 07-18-2006, 04:20 AM   #9
Mark Freeman
Dojo: Dartington
Location: Devon
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Re: Frozen Shoulder

John Riggs wrote:
Exercise is also important. All these things work to a limited extent. If you e-mail me privately and give me your address, I can e-mail you a handout I give my frozen shoulder patients. I can also send you an attachment with the Codman exercises and capsule stretches on it.Patience is a virtue as these do not respond quickly at all.
Hi John,

thanks, I will PM you with my details, I appreciate your offer.

I would like to go down the 'self help' exercise route as much as possible, as I don't like the idea of cortisone injections or any other invasive surgery. As it is a condition I know will improve with time, I'm happy to be patient, but I know taking the right pro active approach, I can minimize the time scale, and hopefully the pain.



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