Heal Your Frozen Shoulder Fast with These Home Stretches | Dr. Mandell

Adhesive capsulitis, commonly known as frozen shoulder, is a condition characterized by the stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. This occurs when the connective tissue surrounding the joint becomes inflamed and thickens, limiting motion and causing significant discomfort. Early intervention with targeted stretches is crucial in managing and potentially reversing this debilitating condition. These stretches work by progressively enhancing the range of motion, maintaining the elasticity of the joint capsule, and reducing scar tissue formation. When initiated early, stretching exercises can prevent the shoulder from becoming further immobilized, thus mitigating the severity of the condition. Additionally, these exercises improve blood flow to the affected area, promoting faster healing and reducing inflammation. Regular practice of these stretches not only helps in maintaining shoulder mobility but also alleviates pain and stiffness, contributing to a quicker recovery process. By incorporating these preventive strategies, individuals can manage symptoms more effectively and enhance their overall shoulder function, thereby improving their quality of life.

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  • @Matilda_Heine86 says:

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  • @SocietyRice says:

    I started to have painful shoulder-arm joints last week and trying this out a little bit made it less sore! I can hear the joint clicking when I did the freefall dangling hand. Thanks for sharing, doctor!

  • @madelainer3585 says:

    Another gem of a presentation, Dr. M. Thank you.

  • @shannamarietaylor1937 says:

    Wow what an angel I had full rotator surgery bicep tear acromoplasty and my tendon was infected they said? Most painful thing ever I’m 4wks post op it was the 2nd time now I’m told my right arm needs done it’s been utter hell told to use Tylenol cbd …ice and no sleep lol they told me use cbd with the pain I need neck surgery and having a large chest was hard as well. Ur the only doc I trust tysm I’m so scared god bless u I tell everu2 bout u!

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    Love your videos but it would be so useful to have them organised in a playlist as there are over 5000 & when looking for something specific it’s nearly impossible

  • @jeffruebens8355 says:

    At about 55 I was just scratching my back and moved my hand too far- use a back scratching stick instead. Hanging from the top of door frames fixed my frozen shoulder. I do this stretching almost every day now, to keep my shoulders and back more stretched.

  • @doloreswinsbarrow1110 says:

    Thanks for sharing the video. Any for the back?

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    If there was a global award for medical explanation, Dr Mandell would win it every year! Thank you Dr Mandell for sharing your knowledge God bless you ❤❤

  • @arijitsengupta7895 says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell, for taking up this subject. All the best from India.

  • @kemisomoye5836 says:

    I must tell my mum this. Thank you, doctor. God bless you. You have been a blessing to me.

  • @Deec51 says:

    Thank you, I will do these stretches. My shoulders hurt so bad, and it feels better to keep it to my side. But now I can do the right stretches and exercise to heal it. Thank you so much!❤

  • @AL15IS350 says:


    – Wall Finger walk (walk up to tolerance and walk down)
    – Light shoulder rolls (focus more on rolling backwards)
    – Shoulder Pendulum (w/no weight and with light weight. Move in multiple directions)
    – Use a towel to increase mobility (use hand of opposite shoulder to “stretch” and increase mobility)
    – Using a stick behind back, swing/push slowly left and right to get movement in shoulders
    – Front raise w/stick (use good hand to lift stick in front while the bad one is being “assisted” in the movement)
    – Chair shoulder dips (get on knees w/chair in front. Pull back w/knees as far as possible and keep elbows straight on the chair. Drop body/torso down to feel stretch.
    Lean in multiple directions to get movement thought-out shoulder for increased mobility.

  • @fionamcormac7786 says:

    Thank you for sharing dr allen mandell.keep em coming
    Great exercises…

  • @ThiaOmega says:

    You are a blessing Dr. Mandell.
    Thanks you for your teaching healing skills!!

  • @brenR75 says:

    Thanks Realized I need not be “so busy” for Mind, Body, and Spirit! This is so helpful as are many of showing us the “how to do ” for better Health

  • @CGo-sd3gl says:

    Thank you Doctor!! This is exactly what I needed.

  • @luliu3577 says:

    I had my torn rotator cuff repair surgery a few months ago, currently going through physical therapy twice a week. Dr. M has a few better exercises than the therapists.

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