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Living with a Frozen Shoulder

01 Apr 2021

Frozen shoulder arises when the tissues around the shoulder joint become inflamed, thickened, and stiff. These changes will affect the range and ease of shoulder movement.  To date, we are still not sure as to its exact causes.

What we do know about Frozen Shoulder
Frozen shoulder is more commonly seen among people aged between 40 and 60
Women seem to be more commonly affected than men.

Shailaja Tholkabian, a Physiotherapist at IMU Healthcare, shares more about this condition. Learn more about this at Living with a Frozen Shoulder (Health Today, April Issue).

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