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What is Frozen Shoulder?

What is Frozen Shoulder?

  • Frozen Shoulder: Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes restriction of motion in the shoulder joint.

Frozen Shoulder: Introduction

Types of Frozen Shoulder:

Broader types of Frozen Shoulder:

Who gets Frozen Shoulder?

Patient Profile for Frozen Shoulder: Mainly over 40's.

Profile for Frozen Shoulder: The condition rarely appears in people under 40 years old. (Source: excerpt from Questions and Answers about Shoulder Problems: NIAMS)

What causes Frozen Shoulder?

Causes of Frozen Shoulder: see causes of Frozen Shoulder
Risk factors for Frozen Shoulder: see risk factors for Frozen Shoulder

What are the symptoms of Frozen Shoulder?

Symptoms of Frozen Shoulder: see symptoms of Frozen Shoulder

Onset of Frozen Shoulder: Most often in people 40 to 70 years old.

Frozen Shoulder: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Frozen Shoulder.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Frozen Shoulder.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Frozen Shoulder: see treatments for Frozen Shoulder
Research for Frozen Shoulder: see research for Frozen Shoulder

Organs Affected by Frozen Shoulder:

Organs and body systems related to Frozen Shoulder include:

Name and Aliases of Frozen Shoulder

Main name of condition: Frozen Shoulder

Other names or spellings for Frozen Shoulder:

Adhesive Capsulitis

Frozen Shoulder: Related Conditions

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