Frozen Shoulder

The information and exercise videos below have been developed by BESS physiotherapists and are designed for people who have been diagnosed with frozen shoulder.  Frozen shoulder is a common condition that affects the shoulder causing significant pain and reduced movement.  The majority of people who experience frozen shoulder will eventually get better with or without treatment.  

By following the advice and exercises within the video your symptoms should improve. Remember that the course of frozen shoulder is a long one, but if you feel that you are not making progress within 6-12 weeks or your shoulder pain is getting worse, please contact your health care provider.  

Acknowledgements: BESS Expert Patient Group (BESS EPG) members, Shoulder Research Users Group (SHRUG), UK FROST Trial (NIHR HTA: 13/26/01) & South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.