Coping With "Frozen Shoulder"

Many middle-aged women wake up with shoulder pain and can’t figure out why. Turns out that “frozen shoulder,” or adhesive capsulitis, is a common ailment affecting women ages 40 to 60. It occurs when the normally smooth lining of the shoulder joint becomes inflamed, leading to scarring and stiffness. So what do you do about it?

Early intervention—in the first three months—can be simple and effective. Gwinnett Medical Center treats this ailment with physical therapy at Gwinnett SportsRehab or via manipulation which is a surgical procedure. Regardless of the treatment option, it is important to seek medical help to resolve the problem before it gets worst. The speciality trained  orthopedic surgeons at Gwinnett Medical Center have the training and skill to properly diagnose and treat your cold shoulder so that you can get back to doing what you love.  


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