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Shoulder brace for a frozen shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, is ideal to wear to relieve pain, from time to time, especially during freezing painful phase. However, you should pick a soft shoulder support for frozen shoulder, with compression materials to keep your shoulder active.
A frozen shoulder, called also Adhesive Capsulitis, is a situation where your shoulder is having a restricted motion for a long time. It is due to a swollen joint capsule. This shoulder injury can last as long as three years. Typically, your frozen shoulder will go through three phases: freezing painful phase, frozen phase, and thawing phase. The length of each phase would depend on each patient case, and health condition.
It is not clear which specific causes would trigger a frozen shoulder. People with higher risk of getting an Adhesive Capsulitis are: Women, diabetic people, people with Thyroid problems, or persons who had their shoulder immobilized for a long period of time.
Seek your doctor's advice if you are having a Frozen shoulder. Specific Physiotherapy exercises can help you to recover better from this injury.