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Lisa George left in absolute agony due to shoulder injury

OHMYGOSSIP — Lisa George has been in chronic pain for months due to a shoulder injury.
The ‘Coronation Street’ star decided to hire a personal trainer to improve her upper body strength, but the workouts triggered a problem in her arm and she is now unable to dress herself due to the ongoing pain.
She explained: “I’ve been in absolute agony. I started with a trainer back in November because I’m old now and have no upper body strength at all. We’d been doing planks and weights, and the trainer noticed that I kept moaning about my arm. And I was like, it’s really sore. It got worse and worse to the point that I couldn’t even lift my left arm.
“I couldn’t put a bra on or wear clothes that zipped up at the back because I couldn’t physically get my arm round there. I can’t put my hair up in a pony tail.
“That’s another thing, in work I can’t do my hair. I just have to have it down, so that’s why I’ve not had any mad hairstyles. So at the moment I just wear my hair down and stick bows and hairbands in it.
“And all my clothes have to be massive and baggy because I can’t get out of them otherwise.”
The 50-year-old actress has undergone a series of treatments to help ease the pain and was eventually diagnosed with “chronic frozen shoulder”.
She told The Sun Online: “I had Cortisone injections but they did nothing to stop the pain. I begged my doctor for help and he referred me to a specialist surgeon.
“I went to see him four weeks ago and he said ‘you’ve got chronic frozen shoulder’ and that it was a 50s thing.
“I was like, ‘Great, welcome to my 50s!; But hopefully after having the procedure everything will be sorted.”
Following her diagnosis, Lisa underwent Hydrodilatation treatment last week and hopes it will relieve her agony.
She added: “The pain has got me feeling so tired because it’s just constant pain and at night, I’m in agony.
“I’ve been sleeping sitting up or laying on my other side, and have had to put a pillow under my arm.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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