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If you have pain in your shoulder and difficulty lifting your arm, you may have frozen shoulder.1 Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a painful condition that seems to come on gradually and limit your ability to lift your shoulder and arm normally. You may benefit from the skilled services of a physical therapist if you have a frozen shoulder.
Physical therapy for frozen shoulder typically involves using therapeutic modalities and procedures to decrease your pain, and aggressive range of motion (ROM) exercises to help improve your shoulder's mobility.Your PT should teach you what to expect from treatment for your frozen shoulder, and they should teach you things that you can do to help your condition.
Exercises and movement are essential for the successful treatment of your frozen shoulder.Your physical therapist will have you perform exercises in the PT clinic, and they will likely have you perform specific exercises on your own as part of a home exercise program.
Here is a step-by-step program of exercises to help you get started treating your frozen shoulder. The program starts with passive motion for your shoulder, and it progresses to more intense rotator cuff strengthening exercises. Be sure to check in with your doctor or physical therapist before this, or any other, treatment program for your condition.

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Shoulder Towel Stretches
Shoulder Active Range of Motion
Rotator Cuff Strengthening with a Resistance Band
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