Don't Shoulder the Burden any Longer

Sufferers of Adhesive Capsulitis needn't shoulder the burden any longer; an effective solution is now available for this common condition otherwise known as Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS). Thanks to FrozenShoulder.com, the most comprehensive online reference source, help is at hand for thousands around the globe.

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New York, US (PRWEB) November 11, 2008

Frozen Shoulder Syndrome is a debilitating condition suffered by 2-5% of the population, with symptoms including sore shoulders in the form of stiffness, immobility or excruciating pain. Figures reveal that more women (60%) are afflicted by Frozen Shoulder Syndrome, and that it may have a genetic or auto-immune component. It is also more common amongst patients with diabetes or Dupytren's contracture, and the patients generally range in age from 40-70 years old. In fact, in Japan the condition is commonly referred to as "50's shoulder" and it is possible to get on both sides. Whilst this information is available about the syndrome, very little has been known previously as to an effective method of treatment.

Yet FrozenShoulder.com aims to unlock the mystery behind FSS and explain the effects and implications of the various methods of Frozen Shoulder treatment currently available to patients. As well as offering prevention suggestions for those in FSS risk groups, FrozenShoulder.com also provides an introduction to the "hands on" method of FSS treatment created by award-winning osteopath, Simeon Niel-Asher.

For those suffering from Frozen Shoulders, FrozenShoulder.com gives timely advice for treatment. Despite what many medical practitioners say, there is a Frozen Shoulder solution. It's not worth leaving a Frozen Shoulder alone for 18 months before it gets better of its own accord, because that still translates as 18 months of shoulder pain and immobility. Discover that there is a better way with FrozenShoulder.com, and learn more about the Niel-Asher Technique, a unique "hands on" method that incorporates no costly drugs or risky surgery. FrozenShoulder.com offers answers when many others are lost for words.

About FrozenShoulder.com:

Pioneer of an innovative new method of treatment, Simeon Niel-Asher offers insight and understanding of the Niel-Asher Technique of Frozen Shoulder treatment to patients through this informative website.

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