Frozen Shoulder Relief and Pain Management

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Treating a frozen shoulder typically requires at least four adjustments of the device. Identify the optimal placement areas by moving your arm and pinpointing where the pain is most intense. The provided images show the most common placement locations.


  1. Initial Placement: Move your arm and identify the most painful area. Position the device directly over the area where the pain is most intense. Leave it in place for a few minutes.

  2. Position 2: Move your arm and relocate the device to the most painful position. Maintain this position for several minutes.

  3. Position 3: Move your arm and relocate the device to the most painful position. Maintain this position for several minutes.

  4. Repeat as Necessary: Continue this process, adjusting the location of the device as needed, until your shoulder is moving freely and the device has alleviated your pain.

  5. Continue using the device throughout the next day to alleviate pain from muscles that have been underused.


The device can be used with either side facing the body.

The device does not require direct skin contact and can be used over clothing and bandages.

The device can be used for an extended duration without concern. There are no side effects, nor is there a risk of overdose from continuous use.

The device can be secured in place using a wrap, tape, or the hook-and-loop fastener located on one side of the device.

The device can last for years with proper care. It will still function even if covered with dirt, mud, blood or other debris. The device can be shared with others and is easily cleaned with soapy water.