My shoulder isn't in a lot of pain, but it definitely gets very stiff and some days I have very little mobility. Frozen shoulder is what it sounds like to me. I found this site and am curious to try it. Anyone have any experience with this before or tried this treatment? http://kingbrand.com/Frozen_Shoulder_Treatment.php?REF=46PV46.192
I use one of these for back pain and I find it works well. They use far infrared, healing crystals...
I use one of these for back pain and I find it works well. They use far infrared, healing crystals, and magnets to speed the healing process. Affordable price too. Cold laser works great on frozen shoulder as well.
The Iyashi infrared shoulder wrap fits comfortably around your shoulder to provide general support and stabilization along with harmonize the body's surrounding bio-field. The Iyashi infrared shoulder wrap is designed to provide far-infrared heat to your entire shoulder area along with stabilizing your shoulder. 18 magnets are placed inside the iyashi infrared shoulder wrap, 9 on each side, to provide additional benefits
The Iyashi infrared shoulder wrap provides natural far-infrared heat through the use of natural crystals such as tourmaline and germanium. Far Infrared heat is very soothing and relaxing. The Iyashi infrared shoulder wrap is also infused with our proprietary BFIT providing a full spectrum of beneficial energy frequencies.
If you experience any shoulder issues or irritation you can use the Iyashi infrared shoulder wrap. It can be worn directly against the skin or over a thin piece of clothing for the best results.
I was having a lot of mid back pain, also some pain and stiffness in my right arm. I found out by accident what was causing it. I was just reviewing a Youtube vid on Traditional Chinese Medicine and tongue analysis. Looking at my tongue I saw it had a white coat. It didn't go away with brushing. CTM says a white coated tongue can be related to liver problems, so I did a liver flush. The tongue improved immediately, and so did the aches and pains.
I saw a site by a masseuse who has noticed that back pain, arm pain and stiffness, shoulder pain and even left hip pain can be caused by gallstones.
And btw I found Stone Free tablets to work great and to be a lot less hassle than liver flushing. They also don't make you feel tired after using them. Stone Free has two problems, though. The tabs are slightly acidic. You have to be sure to compensate for that with additional alkalinity in your diet. Also, unlike with liver flushes, you don't have any outward visible signs of the stones going away (it also treats kidney stones btw).
Back pain was my primary symptom. I had pain between shoulder blades, sometimes in neck, and somet...
Back pain was my primary symptom. I had pain between shoulder blades, sometimes in neck, and sometimes lower back. I also discovered by accident on the internet that it was Gallstones and have been flushing on and off ever since. I never had a gallbladder attack but probably that was in my future.
Thanks for the heads up on Stone Free. I might try that. I am clearly still making stones and I'd love not to need to flush every 6 months. My body lets me know whether I need to flush, so I'll know if it's working. The review on Amazon are pretty impressive.
It is an eye opener indeed. Thank you so much for the info,do you know anything as well, perhaps a...
It is an eye opener indeed. Thank you so much for the info,do you know anything as well, perhaps a material or machine that could help me with my every day routine while i find solution with my back pain?
Everyone internalizes, expresses or reacts to their emotions differently: i.e. some bury their fear and traumatic memories in their painful stomachs, some in their tight lungs, yet others in their heart, and so on.
Over the years, I had my share of painful emotions: a twisted stomach, frozen shoulders, tooth root canal inflammation, and sciatica. I watched people close to me getting asthma attach, heart problems, and colon cancer (sigh).
There are many ways to relieve the heavy burden of painful memories and emotions.
When I was working at the Ann Wigmore Institute, I met a veteran on the beach, who had fears and painful memories. We did the emotional release protocol, and tears poured from his eyes, relieving the burden. I wish, I had more time to spend with him.
My favorite way to deal with emotions is positive thinking, and using therapeutic grade essential oils.
If you would like more information on many ways to deal with painful memories, read the following collection of posts:
I am now mostly free of a frozen right shoulder. I had it about 3 years ago after doing some hanging from bars. It was a passive hang so I wasn't gripping the bar just hanging loosely from it. I had a sudden pain in my right shoulder so stopped hanging. The pain persisted and I couldn't raise my arm very far in front of me and not much out to the side.
I went to 3 different doctors in Thailand. The first one gave me an MRI and told me I had a torn tendon in the rotator cuff. All 3 doctors recommended surgery to repair the tendon. I decided not to go through with it and look for an alternative.
I found two chiropractors one in London one in Thailand and neither of them were able to help me. I didn't try any particular supplements. Eventually I found a Thai medical massage practitioner in Chiang Mai. I saw her a few times and after the massage I had greater range of motion. After that I did nothing. After a total of two years my arm is much better but I still have some slight pain. I have read that frozen shoulders fix themselves and I can attest to this. I don't know if my tendon is still torn but I am back to bar hanging and exercise in general. I feel that the Thai massage helped the most but time seemed to be the best cure after all I went through.