thanks for that info--i did intend for it to go wherever the most people would see it to help whoever has frozen shoulder issues--and i do only have the tens unit on for 30 minutes at a time---the daytime discomfort is pretty much gone unless i just got done with a pt session but the night time pain starts about 3 hours after ive gone to sleep so its still very disruptive--but improved from what it was---thanksView Thread
it has only been 6 days since i was diagnosed with a frozen shoulder but it has progressively gotten worse since last august---my physical therapist sent me home with a tens unit(feels like pins and needles) and this has helped with my pain immensely--when my shoulder wakes me up at night which was hourly i set it for another half hour and it relieves the pain and i'm able to sleep for longer periods of time--of course the other advantage is not having to take so many pain relieving medications--i have a long way to go but at least there is something out there that helps relieve the painView Thread
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