Frozen Shoulders: They Have Their Own Society

Douglas Perry

Technology, Cycling, Swimming



The British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) is our find of the day, or maybe week, or even year (my life is not that exciting). The society's exercises for frozen shoulder couldn't have come at a better time, if you know what I mean.



To clarify, you can read How to Self-Diagnose Your Shoulder Pain for the full discussion on what a frozen shoulder is, but the shorter version goes something like this: a frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) occurs slowly over time and can limit functional use of your arm, and manifests in pain and tightness.


Frozen shoulders make it difficult to reach overhead, press a dumbbell, or scratch your back.


The BES exercise routines for frozen shoulders are very accessible and free of the usual self-congratulatory tone you find on influencer posts. It's a solid, dry delivery.


We say kudos, BES, we hope more people subscriber to your YouTube channel.

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