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Frozen Shoulder


Mimi, a cashier in her 50's, was a sedentary worker and her shoulders were often sore. Three months ago, her condition worsened and she was unable to lift her arm up and rotate it externally. She told the western medicine doctor of Health Integrated about her condition and found that she had developed frozen shoulder, commonly known as "frozen shoulder". Mimi followed the team's advice and made an appointment with a massage therapist and physiotherapist. After two months of Chinese and Western treatments, the pain caused by frozen shoulder. The pain caused by frozen shoulder has significantly subsided. Mimi now continues to do the stretching exercises taught by the physiotherapist at home every day and has regular follow-up appointments. Mimi's shoulder is gradually returning to normal mobility and no longer interferes with work and household chores.

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