Frozen Shoulder

During clinical trials at Addenbrookes Hospital, patients undergoing the Niel-Asher Technique® reported an 80% decrease in shoulder pain and a 53% increase in range of movement over 9 weeks.

You can:

 

  • Get your frozen shoulder treated.

 

  • Break the cycle of inflammation, immobility and shoulder pain

  • Learn exercises you can do at home to improve your speed of recovery.

 

Call DW Sports Massage on 01462 261400 to get your frozen shoulder treated.

For exercises that you can do at home to relieve the symptoms of frozen shoulder, see this blog post.