Frozen Shoulder

Sports Injuries | Dr James McLean | Orthopaedic Surgeon | ASULC | Adelaide
  • A gradual onset of aching in the shoulder, where the joint tightens up
  • Lying on the affected side is more painful at night.
  • Movement in the shoulder is reduced and stiffens up.
  • Everyday activities become more difficult.
  • Shoulder muscles may begin to waste away through lack of use.
  • Mobility gradually increases.
  • Pain gradually decreases.