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October 17, 2019  
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Topic Title: Dupuytren's & frozen shoulder - link?
Created On: 11/13/2014 05:03 PM
 
 08/27/2015 05:42 AM

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thomasanderson

<p>&#160;You should visit a orthoepdic doc and get your shoulders diagnosed.</p>
 04/28/2015 04:09 PM

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angelrobert

<p>Very sorry to hear your problem of [url=http://orthopedicsurgerysandiego.com/]frozen shoulder[/url], I personally think that all of teh other problems are also the result of this problem so you have to visit your orthopedic surgeon as soon as possible to resolve this problem immediately.</p>
 01/24/2015 09:47 PM

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Fitzroy

<p> Hi Animal,</p>
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<p>No I have not heard of this. Always something though. Take care.</p>
 11/13/2014 05:03 PM

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animal7

<p>Hi all,</p>
<p>It's been quite a while since I posted on here & it looks as though the forum has been very quiet!</p>
<p>I was wondering if anyone with frozen shoulder (whether current or recovered) has also got a diagnosis of Dupuytren's disease? I've recovered well from my FS (though it's never been 100% since) but this year I developed a hard lump in my palm (same arm) and I've been told it's definitely Dupuytren's. It's pretty superficial at the moment and not causing me any movement issues at all - this is great as I'm still working as a classical musician. My consultant says that people with FS are also predisposed to this condition, so, I'm curious to know if any of you have it, what you've done about it (if anything) and whether you believe the two conditions are linked in any way. </p>
<p>Hope all the shoulders are doing well!</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Animal</p>
     
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