Latest Review: I have a problem with adhesive capsulitis (aka Frozen Shoulder) of my right shoulder. Having had this with my left shoulder 4 years ago, I knew that I had to have massage therapy. This particular therapy is to get the sheathing that surrounds a muscle to "detach" from the sheathing that surrounds the muscles that are to glide over each other. The problem is inflamation (capsulitis -- the shoulder "capsule" is inflamed) -- and so it appears that the muscles connected to the tendons become involved.
Normal, regular massage doesn't address this. And as painful as a frozen shoulder is, if you wait too long to do this, the first massage is rather painful (I waited too long because no one here in the Indy area seems to do this type of massage....). But it gets better with each session.
Glad I found this therapist, I will be going back about once a week until the inflammation stops (looks like I am close to the end of this).
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