A blinded, randomized, controlled trial assessing conservative management strategies for frozen shoulder

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Russell, Sarah; Jariwala, Arpit; Conlon, Robert; Selfe, James; Richards, Jim; Walton, Michael;

BACKGROUND:\ud \ud There is little evidence for the optimal form of nonoperative treatment in the management of frozen shoulder. This study assesses the efficacy of current physiotherapy strategies.\ud \ud METHODS:\ud \ud All primary care referrals of frozen shoulder to... View more
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