An effective progressive stretch device for frozen shoulder

Static progressive stretching devices in adhesive capsulitis: added benefits?

Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder affects 3-6% of the general population and little evidence exists to support treatments that reduce recovery time. The current study compared manual therapy alone to manual therapy PLUS the use of a static progressive stretch device in patients with frozen shoulder.

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