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From the desk of: Brian Schiff, Licensed Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Every day, thousands of people develop adhesive capsulitis… more commonly known as "frozen shoulder."
I’ve personally met and worked with 100’s of them over the years, and it’s not a pleasant condition.
Even if you have a mild case of frozen shoulder, you’re likely to suffer from nagging pain with the slightest arm movements or even while sitting still.
And what most people don’t realize is, the pain is just the first stage (known as the "freezing stage"). After the pain sets in, your shoulder will slowly lose more and more mobility. You might already be in this next stage, or it could be just around the corner.
Fun activities you used to enjoy are no longer an option. From golf and swimming to tennis and gardening. And daily activities becoming a frustrating chore as you struggle to reach items on high shelves or even put on your clothes.
What I Learned From 19 Years Of Working In Physical Therapy Clinics and Fitness Centers About Improving Shoulder Health…
Now, this is not to say you will never need medical intervention or that you will have instant success, but in many cases you will be able to learn how to manage your own stiff and painful shoulder without ever seeing the doctor. In this comprehensive e-book, I spill the beans on my successful approach that will give you back the use of your arm again.
In addition to being a NSCA certified strength & conditioning specialist, I have been a licensed physical therapist since 1996, working primarily in sports medicine clinics. Over the years…
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