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So I was diagnosed with a frozen shoulder with my dominant shoulder being affected. I am a 37 year old male with no history of diabetes, trauma, thyroid issues, or anything else. I can't figure out why I have this since according to everything I am in a minority being male and no other issues...but anywho. The MRI says possible impingement with a small infraspinatus tendon tear. The ortho says its no impingement and its a frozen shoulder he just doesn't know why. When I move my arm quickly randomly at times there is a sharp pain in my shoulder. I did rehab for 4 weeks with little improvement. The doctor now wants to do MUA. The only thing I can't do is pitch a baseball which is a major issue since I can't play with my kids like usual but I can do pretty much anything else without causing too much discomfort. I got a steroid injection and have been stretching at home for a week now. Do you just continue stretching (I hang from a power tower and do pull ups as well) and let him do MUA in a few months or does anyone recommend anything else? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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