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If you have never experienced stiff or frozen shoulders, consider yourself lucky. It is a condition that affects nearly everyone at one point or another, especially those over the age of 40, and is characterized by pain and stiffness that progressively gets worse over time. But it’s not all doom and gloom; studies have shown that the pain and stiffness eventually goes away on its own, usually after three years. That said, few people are interested in waiting it out for that long, especially if there is something they can do to start feeling better sooner. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to improve mobility and reduce pain when suffering from stiff or frozen shoulders. The best part? They don’t require surgery or medication. THE ANATOMY OF THE SHOULDER Before we discuss how to alleviate pain and improve mobility, let’s take a look at the etiology of stiff/frozen…

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There are many causes of shoulder pain. Some shoulder pain subsides within two weeks, but that is not always the case. If you have been experiencing shoulder pain for longer than two weeks, it is important to visit your doctor. Shoulder pain can occur because of a number of different conditions, from bursitis to rotator cuff injuries to frozen shoulder and thoracic outlet syndrome. In other cases, shoulder pain isn’t actually caused by the shoulder joint, but rather the neck.…

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