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I’ve had “frozen shoulder” syndrome since my accident (although it’s been off/on for decades)and it’s been literally blindingly painful-surgeon says it would be worse if he did something.  my question: anyone else coping w/ it?



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      Mzd3 wrote Feb 8, 2014
    • No I don’t know of anyone dealing with that, sorry. I’m facing ankle fusion surgery as soon as I get the nerve up to schedule it though, each step I take is painful after a bad surgery 3 yrs ago.
      I hope you‘re able to find someone who can help you !




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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 9, 2014
    • My mom had it two winters ago and she did physical therapy religiously and now she is 100% better and going strong at 75 yrs old.




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      Kerrydh wrote Apr 15, 2015
    • Yes, I’ve had frozen shoulder, cured it with 2 sessions of physiotherapy and fish oil.  You need to research fish oil in the U.S.A. for brand which vigorously tests its fish oil for contaminates.  You can take up to 10 capsules - 1,000mg per day and reduce that over time as the pain decreases.  I had frozen shoulder 21 years ago and have been taking fish oil ever since.  Normal daily dose for me is 3,000mg per day (for heart, brain and arthritis).  Just increased it to 6,000mg per day this week as I dropped a rock on my foot.  When I had carpal tunnel (repetative strain) in my wrist I took Emu Oil capsules and emu oil rub.  Got rid of it in about 3 months, but I could have used fish oil.  Emu oil has Omega 9.  By the way, fish oil is not recommended while anyone is receiving chemotherapy.




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