Has anyone with type 2 diabetes diagnosed with “Frozen Shoulders” was and Celebrex on the drug?

Has anyone with type 2 diabetes diagnosed with "Frozen Shoulders" and have on the drug Celebrex After 6 months greaduatly increase to unbearable pai...


Has anyone with type 2 diabetes diagnosed with “Frozen Shoulders” and have on the drug Celebrex
After 6 months greaduatly increase to unbearable pain in both shoulders, says an MRI and orthopedic specialists Frozen shoulders are common in diabetic patients and therapy and Celebrex would correct it in @ 3 – 4 months. Meanwhile, I have the ligaments and tendons in both shoulders by revising them in the course of daily life torn Best Answer (s):.

response from rtwilla
With all these difficulties, your orthopedist will probably suggest the shoulder manipulation.Unfortunately this requires a general anesthetic and the surgeon forcibly moved to break up the shoulders is really adhesions.This painful, but sounds like you’ve just made the options.All celebrex little so far this year probably seen a lot of people with a frozen shoulder, which is a very difficult problem.Two help.Have just makes things that more difficult. Good luck you.

reply by cynthia h
my daughter is a certified occupational therapy assistant, and she’s doing manipulations and exercises for patients with frozen shoulder. You get a referral to an OT?

response from loopy005
What do you mean mean “frozen shoulder”? I am diabetic and dislocated my shoulder and was always very painful, is involved?

response from MamaSmurf
I am diabetic and never heard what you were saying. I would not Celebrex, if you paid me to you.

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