Frozen shoulderT, The common name for adhesive capsulitis.
What is Frozen Shoulder?
In frozen shoulder, the capsule of thin tissue that encloses your shoulder joint becomes inflamed, causing pain, and over time it becomes thickened causing a loss of movement in the shoulder. In most cases it will almost fully resolve but this can take time (up to 1-3 years on average, occasionally longer). It’s not clear what causes frozen shoulder. It most often affects people between the ages of 40 and 60 and is more common among people with diabetes and some other medical conditions. It can also happen after a shoulder injury or sometimes after shoulder surgery.
Frozen shoulder usually begins with pain around the shoulder or upper arm which may be worse at night. Over several weeks, you may notice a loss of movement in the shoulder. It may become difficult to move your arm above your head or behind your back.
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