Frozen Shoulder, know its risk factors to avoid it

Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen shoulder) is a condition associated with shoulder pain and stiffness,
loss of ability to move the shoulder both voluntarily and by others, in multiple directions. There
are 3 stages: “Freezing” “Frozen” and “Thawing” and the process of the disease can take up to
15 months. The main risk factors are diabetes, and hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), and it
is more common in middle aged women. In many cases it is preceded by a shoulder injury
(shoulder tendinitis in many cases). If you have any of these risk factors, do not ignore your
shoulder injuries (even mild ones) to prevent it from ending up becoming a frozen shoulder