What is Frozen Shoulder?
12 Ways to Heal a Frozen Shoulder
by Dr. Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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Frozen shoulder is a very common occurrence in midlife women. In fact, in Traditional Chinese Medicine it is known as “50 Year Shoulder.” …
Your shoulders are located in your fourth chakra, also known as the heart chakra. You heart chakra’s job is to teach you how to deal with issues of love, compassion and a sense of belonging. Your heart chakra is weakened by all forms of grief. …
The heart chakra lies directly in the middle position of your seven chakras. It is the link between your mind chakras and your body chakras. When it is healthy, your heart chakra effortlessly balances your emotions with logic. And, when something is going wrong in your shoulders, it’s not just physical. This is why it’s so important to approach healing a frozen shoulder from all angles — mind, body and spirit. And, the very worst thing you can do is nothing, because when you do nothing, then nothing changes.