What Is Frozen Shoulder?
Frozen shoulder is a condition that causes loss of motion in the shoulder joint. The diagnosis of frozen shoulder is often used for any painful shoulder condition associated with a loss of motion.
What Are The Symptoms Of Frozen Shoulder?
Frozen shoulder is characterized by a decrease in motion, primarily seen in lifting the arm and turning it inwards. A frozen shoulder is most common in the 40 - 60 year old age group and it is twice as common in women as men. Most cases of frozen shoulder follow a specific pattern. Initially, there is an acute phase that is characterized by significant pain, difficulty sleeping, and significant functional impairment. This is followed by a progressive stiffening phase when the shoulder motion worsens. The final phase is the resolution or thawing phase identified by the gradual return of both motion and function. The overall course is variable but can last 12 - 36 months.
What Causes Frozen Shoulder?
The most common causes of frozen shoulders are:
While these common causes seem quite different, they all lead to any of the following two fundamental causes of frozen shoulder:
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