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Could you imagine your shoulder becoming stuck and unable to move? We use our shoulders more than we think for simple tasks like brewing our morning coffee to working out at the gym. But when your shoulder is frozen, life gets a lot harder. Unfortunately, having a frozen shoulder is an actual medical condition.
Frozen shoulder happens when you gradually lose movement in your glenohumeral or shoulder joint. This joint is comprised of a ball and socket. When functioning normally, it’s one of the most flexible joints in the body. When you have frozen shoulder, however, the joint becomes stuck, and movement is limited.
Let’s dive in and answer some of the questions you’re probably thinking about right now.