Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Are you suffering from Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)?

Commonly found in diabetics, frozen shoulder occurs when someone has kept their arm immobilized for an extended period of time causing for severe stiffness and pain. Treatment options can range from stretching, chiropractor adjustments, injections, oral medications or even surgery to help loosen the joint capsule.

A new study is currently enrolling at our Tampa and Clearwater offices! We are looking for patients who have frozen shoulder in ONE shoulder and are currently experiencing pain and restricted movement. If you’d like to see if you qualify, please complete form below.

Check out the benefits and compensation that you may receive if you participate in a study!

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