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    • 1.

      There Are 3 Stages Of Frozen Shoulders

      by Allan Wilson - 2007-04-11
      The first stage is the freezing stage. This may last anywhere from 6 weeks to 9 months, and the onset is slow and painful. As the pain worsens, the shoulder loses motion.The second stage is the frozen...
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      Treatment Options That May Help With Your Frozen Shoulder

      by Allan Wilson - 2007-04-11
      Moist heat has been found very effective for frozen shoulder pain. Just take a heat pad and put a moist towel under it, and apply both to your shoulder.Ice can help with frozen shoulder pain as well. ...
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      Frozen Shoulder Affects 3 Percent Of The Population

      by Allan Wilson - 2007-04-12
      With Adhesive Capsulitis, the shoulder joint becomes stiff and scarred. The shoulder joint usually allows more motion than any other joint in the body. But when someone develops a frozen shoulder, the...
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      Shoulder Pain: Common Causes

      by Peter Harris - 2008-04-23
      Shoulder pain is a common affliction that affects many people on a daily basis. Depending on the severity of the pain this type of problem can have a significant, negative impact on performing your o...
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      How to Treat Shoulder Pain

      by Peter Harris - 2008-04-25
      People of all ages suffer from shoulder pain. The causes are many and can range from an unknown onset to a traumatic event. Many people develop shoulder pain from performing repetitive type activiti...
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      Shoulder Pain - How Do I Tell What's Wrong With Me?

      by Peter Harris - 2008-04-25
      Shoulder pain is a common problem that affects the majority of the population. Most people will experience some degree of pain in their shoulder at some point. The causes of the pain and the degree ...
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      What is Adhesive Capsulitis?

      by Robert - 2008-07-31
      Adhesive capsulitis is a condition with no known cause in the majority of cases, in other words with spontaneous onset. Frozen shoulder is most common in females (40 to 50 years old) but could affect...
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      Scoliosis Treatment in India: World Class Treatment at Third World Prices

      by julia - 2008-10-11
      India provides excellent services for scoliosis treatment at a very low cost, and for various common disorders and several chronic ailments. True medicine, according to Ayurveda, is one, which cures ...
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      An Osteopath's Guide on How Pregnant Women Can Stay Healthy

      by Andrew Mitchell - 2008-11-13
      An Osteopath's Guide to Feeling Good Throughout Pregnancyby Andrew MitchellAs any mother will admit, pregnancy places tremendous strain on the body. On average, women gain around 30 pounds during pre...
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      How Osteopaths Differ From Gp's

      by Jonathan Blood-Smyth - 2008-11-15
      Fighting the Battle vs. Winning the War: Osteopath vs. GPby Andrew MitchellWe have all experienced it: we go to the doctor with back complaints, she diagnoses the problem, gives us some medical advice...