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Re: [IP] Re: Frozen Shoulder



rosemary l hartman wrote:
> 
> I have also had the frozen shoulder.
> I found out when I slipped on some ice caught myself, but boy did I feel
> it in my shoulder.  That sudden arm action gets your attention quick. not
> knowing at the time what it was I went to 2 different Dr.s who said the
> same thing.    Best thing to do- slow stretches- warmth of the shower
> helps while stretching.  It did take some months but alls normal again!
>  The Dr. said this does happen more in diabetics and chances of happening
> in the other shoulder but probably no more after that, as a woman I tend
> to have weaker shoulders, but you bet after that I stretch them more now.
>     My .02      Rosie    DM 8 yrs.
> 
> >> Could you tell me what frozen shoulder feels like and what you did
> >> to correct it.  At times, my arm pains to reach, especially over my
> >> head.  Could this be something like frozen shoulder, or is it only
> >> in the shoulder?
> 
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Rosemary-
I am afraid that I have "frozen shoulder" based on how mine feels and in
reading everybody's descriptions.  Any books, etc. that you (or anyone
else) can recommend to read for stretching exersizes?  Thanks Tom Roth
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