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Frozen shoulder thawing stage

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Frozen Shoulder Thawing Stage - How To Speed Up The Frozen Shoulder Recovery Process

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Frozen shoulder thawing stage

  1. 1. Frozen Shoulder Thawing StageHow To Speed Up The Recovery Process
  2. 2. The Thawing Stage• If you’ve reached this stage you will be heaving a sigh of relief.• You will have noticed more movement in your shoulder and the pain will be easing.• The good news is that your frozen shoulder will gradually go away on its own.• The bad news is that it will take some time.• If you are lucky it can take 12 to 36 months.• If you are unlucky it can go on for years.
  3. 3. It’s Taking Too Long• Progress seems to be happening in fits and starts.• You get days of better movement followed by stiffness and pain. It’s a slow process.• One problem you have is that during the frozen stage your shoulder muscles will have wasted through lack of use. They will need to be built up.• Having noticed better movement in your shoulder you are probably frustrated that any improvement seems to be so slow.• You are naturally impatient to get things back to normal.• So what can you do to speed things up?
  4. 4. Frozen Shoulder Exercises• A good program of gentle frozen shoulder exercises will help you to loosen the stiffness in your muscles.• Exercises will also build up your muscles that have wasted during the frozen stage.• You will be able to move your shoulder more allowing you to do those everyday tasks you have been unable to do comfortably for so long.• This better movement will also help you to speed up your recovery.
  5. 5. What Do I Do Now?• You can sit and wait and hope it won’t take too long for it to go on its own.• Or you can help yourself to get through the frozen shoulder thawing stage as quickly as possible with a well-designed program of exercises you can do at home.• You will start to see and feel results within a week.• www.CureAFrozenShoulder.com
  6. 6. What Do I Do Now?• You can sit and wait and hope it won’t take too long for it to go on its own.• Or you can help yourself to get through the frozen shoulder thawing stage as quickly as possible with a well-designed program of exercises you can do at home.• You will start to see and feel results within a week.• www.CureAFrozenShoulder.com

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