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Frozen shoulder pain or no pain?
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Dr. Shawn Hennigan
Orthopedic Surgery
3 doctors agree
In brief: Depends on phase
Frozen shoulders can be exceptionally painful, all the time, during the initial inflammatory phase.
When in the frozen phase, pain usually occurs at the end range of motion. Once you start regaining your range of motion, pain begins to lessen fairly dramatically. Once you have approximately 85-90% motion, pain almost never as issue.

In brief: Depends on phase
Frozen shoulders can be exceptionally painful, all the time, during the initial inflammatory phase.
When in the frozen phase, pain usually occurs at the end range of motion. Once you start regaining your range of motion, pain begins to lessen fairly dramatically. Once you have approximately 85-90% motion, pain almost never as issue.
Dr. Shawn Hennigan
Dr. Shawn Hennigan
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Dr. Bernard Bach Jr
Orthopedic Surgery
In brief: Pain.
It will be painful at the start, but the more time that passes, the better it starts to feel.
You may need medication and physical therapy.

In brief: Pain.
It will be painful at the start, but the more time that passes, the better it starts to feel.
You may need medication and physical therapy.
Dr. Bernard Bach Jr
Dr. Bernard Bach Jr
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Dr. Robert Gluck
Surgery - Hand Surgery
In brief: Yes pain
Typically very painful and needs to be treated asap or symptoms can worsen.
Also very important to discover the underlying cause.

In brief: Yes pain
Typically very painful and needs to be treated asap or symptoms can worsen.
Also very important to discover the underlying cause.
Dr. Robert Gluck
Dr. Robert Gluck
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