This morning was the first time you couldn’t reach the cereal bowl in the upper kitchen cabinet – you’ve been struggling for a couple of weeks, but today you had to use your left arm. You’ve been having trouble putting on your shirts – coats require help from a friend. You’ve been waking up more and more each night from the pain. You might have Frozen Shoulder.
To learn more about Frozen Shoulder, what it is, who it affects, how it happens, how long it lasts, and how it can potentially be prevented, continue reading here.