Dr. Walter Stanwood: Oftentimes in my practice, patients will come to me and say, “Why does my shoulder hurt so much and why does it seem like I’m losing motion?” Well, this is what we call adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder. It’s different than rotator cuff tendonitis. It’s not quite as common but, thankfully, it’s something that we can treat very readily, usually with a combination of physical therapy and cortisone injections as well as, oftentimes, anti-inflammatories. Again, it’s painful but working with our specialists here, we have physical therapy on site, we have a very robust therapy process. It oftentimes can take months. In some cases, even up to a year. Usually, we can avoid surgery. But if you do need surgery, we can do that for you and can walk you through that process.