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    Frozen Shoulder Conditions

    Frozen Shoulder, Frozen shoulder (sometimes called adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder) is a condition where a shoulder becomes painful and stiff. , joint injection of ...

    Shoulder Pain Conditions

    Shoulder Pain, Shoulder pain is very common. Some causes of shoulder pain resolve within a few weeks without any treatment apart from simple medicines for pain relief. , ro...

    Shoulder Dislocation Professional

    Shoulder Dislocation, The shoulder is a ball and socket joint. However, whereas the hip has a deep socket, the shoulder socket is more shallow. , shoulder disloca...

    Frozen Shoulder Professional

    Frozen Shoulder, Synonym: adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder Frozen shoulder is one of the most common causes of intrinsic shoulder pain. It is a glenohumer...

    Shoulder Pain Professional

    Shoulder Pain, Investigations Blood tests including  FBC ,  ESR / CRP and radiology such as CXR are generally only necessary if there are 'red flag' symptoms/signs. [...

    Shoulder Examination Professional

    Shoulder Examination, Shoulder examination is a practical skill which requires background knowledge of anatomy, of normal shoulder function and of abnormalities affecting the s...

    Shoulder Joint Replacements Professional

    Shoulder Joint Replacements, Patients with shoulder joint disease may have shoulder pain accompanied by functional limitation and a reduced quality of life. , rheumatoid a...

    What is a frozen shoulder? Blog

    What is a frozen shoulder?, This arrangement allows maximum range of movement with minimum risk of the shoulder dislocating – although shoulder dislocate more often than oth...

    Frozen Shoulder Forums Group

    Frozen Shoulder, I am just starting but it feels like every evening my shoulder gets stiffer after I do the physical therapy... Frozen shoulder Frozen shoulder tre...

    Shoulder Problems Forums Group

    Shoulder Problems, I was referred by my doctor to have a scan which showed a total rupture of the Super Epinauex Tendon in my shoulder. The break was one and a half... Got should...

    Frozen shoulder: key facts to know Blog

    Frozen shoulder: key facts to know, It may be the season for ice creams, but one thing you don't want frozen in summer - or any time of year - is your shoulder. Otherwise ...

    Shoulder Joint (diagram) Diagram

    Shoulder Joint (diagram), shoulder injury shoulder problems

    Rotator Cuff Disorders Conditions

    Surgery is sometimes an option. The shoulder joint There are three bones in the shoulder region, the collarbone (clavicle), the shoulder blade (scapula) and the upper arm bone (...

    Neck Pain Exercises Conditions

    Rest your hands on your knees. a) Shoulder rolls (forward and back) Complete shoulder rolls- taking the shoulder up, back and down.

    Dystocia Professional

    Usually it is the anterior shoulder which impacts on the maternal symphysis. Less commonly, the posterior shoulder impacts on the sacral promontory. , obstructed labour should...

    Broken Upper Arm Conditions

    If you have dislocated your shoulder at the same time as breaking your upper arm, you may also notice that your shoulder is out of place or deformed. , upper limb and should...

    Symptoms Causes Diagnosis and Treatment Outlook and Complications

    Common Dislocations Conditions

    However, the shoulder is more easily dislocated. The shoulder has quite a shallow socket. This makes it even more mobile. , shoulder dislocation dislocation of temporoman...

    Joint Injection and Aspiration Professional

    After aspiration and/or injection, the joint should be rested for 24 hours. [ 7 ] Shoulder joint injection See also separate Shoulder Examination and Shoulder P...

    Fractured Humerus Professional

    It causes pain and stiffness in the shoulder. Shoulder arthroplasty may eventually be needed or may be the initial treatment of choice in the fracture management. , upper limb and ...

    Elbow Injuries and Fractures Professional

    Injuries to the elbow are common, usually occur secondary to indirect trauma and are often accompanied by injury to shoulder or wrist joints. [ 1 ] It is important to assess injuries promptly...

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