This can occur from some type of trauma or strain which can get worse over time if not treated and produce a condition where arm motion becomes more and more limited.
The injury can happen slowly over a period of time or all of sudden such as in a car accident or fall.
In order to avoid the freeze up in range of motion, it’s very important to start the treatment right away.
If treatment is put off, there is a possibility that at some point in time, the shoulder could stay frozen permanently.
If you are having problems with the range in motion in one or both arms, I recommend that you give our clinic a call so you can book a free initial consultation and have your shoulders examined right away.
From the examination, I will provide a recommendation for treatment and you can then decide what makes sense for your approach to treatment.