Archive for 'Frozen Shoulder'
Posted on 06. Sep, 2010 by Keith Scott.
Most people know when they have a frozen shoulder. Although it is dangerous to self-diagnose, it can become pretty clear when you shoulder is no longer operating as it should that you may have a frozen shoulder. While many physicians would argue that a true frozen shoulder is only diagnosed with certain tests and symptoms, [...]
Posted on 02. Sep, 2010 by Keith Scott.
Is stretching the only thing that can be done for frozen shoulder? Of course not, however so many programs only include a stretching component into their plans. These programs miss the boat when it comes to curing frozen shoulder. While stretching is very important, it alone will have little chance of getting rid of a [...]
Posted on 30. Aug, 2010 by Keith Scott.
Traditional therapy for frozen shoulder many times misses the mark on fully eliminating the frozen joint. Many traditional plans include stretching and some basic range of motion work. While both of these components are important, solid and successful frozen shoulder elimination programs cover not only stretching and range of motion, but also strengthening and targeted [...]
Posted on 26. Aug, 2010 by Keith Scott.
I am often asked how long a frozen shoulder takes to go away. Like most answers, “it depends” is the usual response that I give. This is not because we don’t have a good understanding of frozen shoulder, rather it is because everyone is different and everyone has a different level of frozen shoulder. This [...]
Posted on 24. Aug, 2010 by Keith Scott.
Probably the most common question that I have heard regarding frozen shoulder, is whether surgery is required to totally get rid of the frozen joint? While I will say that some people will probably need surgery based on their particular circumstance, the real answer that I give is probably not. The majority of frozen shoulder [...]
Posted on 16. Aug, 2010 by Keith Scott.
If you have a shoulder problem, chances are you could and will benefit from some good, old fashion corrective exercises. Check out my video below where I will show you a few key exercises that will help you start to fix those shoulders and get rid of any pain you might be living with.
Posted on 03. Aug, 2010 by Keith Scott.
If you have a frozen shoulder or even think you have the beginnings of a frozen shoulder, what can you do? The important thing is to find a complete program that covers more than just stretching. I say that because many “frozen shoulder” programs only include stretching and although stretching is a huge part of [...]