The main symptoms caused by frozen shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, would be initial pain in the joint along with decreased mobility. Anyone can suffer from Frozen Shoulder, though it is most common in people 40-70 years old and women are a majority of those. Frozen Shoulder is caused by injury, misuse, lack of use, myocardial infarction, and upper torso surgery (arm and shoulder surgery or mastectomy). Any of these issues can cause the joint to tighten which in return decreases mobility. Fortunately, your Collegedale chiropractor can help resolve Frozen Shoulder problems. In-office exercises can help decrease pain and increase range of motion!