Frozen Shoulder

Your shoulder is considered a ball-and-socket joint.  It is made up of your upper arm (humerus), shoulder blade (scapula), and collarbone (clavicle). The surrounding tissue (muscles, ligaments, tendons) hold everything together.  With FROZEN shoulder these tissues become thick and tight. Bands of scar tissue form and there's less liquid (synovial fluid) to keep the joint lubricated. This limits the joint motion even more.


1. Pain and stiffness when moving your shoulder

2. Decreased range of motion

3. Usually can't lift arm past shoulder height or put your hand behind you

4. Pain can be worse at night making sleep difficult

With our treatment program we can usually get your shoulder in normal range of motion in 2 treatments.