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Frozen shoulder: is physiotherapy indicated?

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Frozen shoulder has been defined as “difficult to treat, difficult to define, and difficult to explain” (Ernest Codman 1934). Nearly a century later, many MSK clinicians still echo this sentiment (often Jared included). But, what does the evidence actually say and does frozen shoulder actually have an unwarranted mysterious reputation? Jared contends much is known about frozen shoulder and there is an accumulating evidence base that supports physiotherapy intervention.




Jared Powell is a MSK physiotherapist consulting on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Jared has an interest in afflictions of the shoulder, in which he is currently pursuing a PhD at Bond University. Jared also provides clinical education to fellow physiotherapists, and MSK clinicians generally, on the topic of shoulder pain, both domestically and internationally to critical acclaim. Jared is driven to modernise the management of persons with shoulder pain and pathology, moving away from the “body as machine” concept towards a true biopsychosocial model of care.




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