A patient came in with an acute pain related to frozen shoulder. He was complaining that he had a limited range of motion of his shoulder and arm. Also, he had complete dependency on powerful and efficient pain-killers prescribed by traditional medicine.
However, there was a will to heal and to stop the dependency on strong medication because of the increased risk of stroke associated with its long-term use.
After only 6 bi-weekly treatments, and a regiment of physiotherapeutic exercises, the patient experienced complete recovery and has now enjoyed full use of his shoulder.