Recovering from Frozen Shoulder

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    Zen Sojourner on #160832

    OK, trying one more time.

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    Dwyn . on #160833

    I’d really suggest doing your own medical research online, including studying up on exactly how a shoulder is built, and

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    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #160834

    A good old-fashioned pharmacist can sometimes give excellent advice, and for free. Aspirin and tylenol can reduce inflammation. Careful stretching. Liniment. Warmth. Hopefully their will be medical insurance for you soon. Massage it gently as often as possible. I have had bursitis in both shoulders, which is fluid collecting due to inflammation. It took a long time to heal.

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    unknown-user on #160835

    Ken,

    Try the website, WEBMD- just use the search feature to look up “shoulder”, and you will find some very useful unbiased advice.

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