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Frozen shoulder and under active thyroid is there a connection
An interesting discussion at Patient.info in regards to possible connections between frozen shoulder and an under-active thyroid. https://patient.info/forums/discuss/frozen-shoulder-and-under-active-thyroid-is-there-a-connection-491515
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Endoscopic treatment of prepatellar bursitis
The following study noted that when conservative treatments fail in overcoming prepatellar bursitis, then a bursectomy under local anaesthesia should be the next consideration. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3047636/
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When do you recommend MUA for frozen shoulder?
Frozen Shoulder is a condition that develops on many paths and as a result, is a challenge to treat. Manipulation Under #Anesthesia is one treatment option that is considered when conservative methods fail. MUA does not come with risks and this article pres...
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Bursitis of the Wrist (Ulnar and Radial Bursitis)
Repetitive wrist movements (Repetitive Stress Injury) during work or
activities that you do frequently (i.e. mouse movements, typing, sewing)
is also a major cause of wrist bursitis. Sports with throwing or wrist
twisting movements, such as baseball, ba...
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Frozen Shoulder - Should I Be Off Work?
A lively forum discussion with over 200 replies from individuals who have battled the dreaded condition themselves. Very insightful indeed. https://patient.info/forums/discuss/frozen-shoulder-should-i-be-off-work-32299 Image source: AidMyFrozenShoulder.com
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I’m a Diabetic, Why is my Shoulder Frozen?
Frozen shoulder occurs more often in people who are diabetics. The
occurrence of adhesive capsulitis in diabetics is approximately 10%-20% .
The reasoning behind the occurrence of frozen shoulder in diabetic
patients is unknown. Diabetics usually have a ...
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Bursitis vs Arthritis
What you may think is just creaky bones or even arthritis could actually
be this uncomfortable condition instead. I’m talking about bursitis, a
disorder that can make everyday activities seem like a chore. Bursitis causes uncomfortable joint, bone, and mu...
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Knee (Prepatellar) Bursitis: Exercises
Here are some examples of typical rehabilitation exercises for your
condition. Start each exercise slowly. Ease off the exercise if you start to
have pain. Read the following article for specific recommendations, but once again, consult with your th...
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Bursae in the Plantar and Toes
Since the feet take such a tremendous load as we go about our daily tasks, there are several points in  the foot that can develop bursitis due to added pressure and rubbing . The main bursae in the foot that become affected by bursitis include the metatarsa...
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5 of the Top Frozen Shoulder Exercises
Here is a new and well written document from MendMeShop.com explaining in detail, five of the better exercises to consider in the battle against Frozen Shoulder. Available directly through MendMeShop at a current discounted price of $8. http://shop.mendmesh...
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