Frozen shoulder is a common disease, especially among middle-aged women. The main symptoms of a frozen shoulder are pain and stiffness that make it difficult or impossible to move it, such as reaching over your back or reaching out your arm to grab something. Frozen shoulder occurs when the tissue surrounding the shoulder joint becomes inflamed and thickened, leaving less room for movement, therefore Movement may become stiff and painful.
When to see a doctor
- Shoulder movements become painful, especially in unusual postures, such as reaching over your back or reaching out your arm
- Pain interferes with your daily life