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I did some research on Frozen Shoulder among teens. It seems to be something common among women 40+. I too have a now 15 year old daughter who has simular symptoms. Where can I find out more on this condition for teens?

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Are you saying its frozen because the doctor said so? There is more likely tendinitis causing swelling of the rotator cuff tendons, limiting the mobility.
Stretching of this will hurt much and gain little. Does she have impingement? does she swim or play volleyball?

Frozen shoulder is not a disease contracted by anyone, but a name to signs of limited mobility which has many causes.
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