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How do I know if I have a frozen shoulder?

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Dr. Albert Diaz
Orthopedic Surgery
3 doctors agree

In brief: See orthopaedist.

Diagnosing frozen shoulder can be tricky.
In some cases, the shoulder freezes for no particular reason. In others, the loss of motion is secondary to another problem in the shoulder. The distinction is difficult, and requires a careful examination.

In brief: See orthopaedist.

Diagnosing frozen shoulder can be tricky.
In some cases, the shoulder freezes for no particular reason. In others, the loss of motion is secondary to another problem in the shoulder. The distinction is difficult, and requires a careful examination.
Dr. Albert Diaz
Dr. Albert Diaz
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Dr. Charles Toman
Sports Medicine

In brief: Pain in shoulder w/

Associated decreased motion.
Active motion equals passive in this condition and both are decreased.

In brief: Pain in shoulder w/

Associated decreased motion.
Active motion equals passive in this condition and both are decreased.
Dr. Charles Toman
Dr. Charles Toman
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