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Diabetes and frozen shoulder are closely linked with the condition being found much more frequently in those who have higher than normal blood sugar readings.
Frozen shoulder diagnosis is not difficult and investigations are not always needed before the presence of the condition is confirmed.
I still have several weeks of stretching exercises to perform before I’m completely recovered from the procedure. I’m not out of the woods yet with a full recovery but I can honestly say that I would have not progressed this far and recovered so quickly had I continued in the path with the physical therapy. I’m able to do things now that I would have never dreamt of doing in this short of a time period after having work done on my frozen shoulder. This procedure is truly the way to rid the frozen shoulder problems. I highly recommend if you have been experiencing frozen shoulder symptoms, that you look into having this procedure done and get your life back to where it should be. There is light at the end of the tunnel and by having this treatment performed you will see things change for the better and much sooner than any other methods. That light is getting brighter every day for me!
I have supraspinatus tendonosis and am told biceps tendon and bursa implicated as well. For years I have slept on my stomach hugging one pillow in each arm and angling my head down. Now, with this injury I try to sleep on my back but can’t. I assume that it is bad to sleep on my stomach with my arms up, but honestly, its more comfortable than on my “good” side which hurts my ‘bad’ shoulder – guess I need a pillow under that arm. And oddly, snuggling up on my ‘bad’ side, with shoulder against the underneath-pillow, isn’t bad at all.