Vaccine-Related Adhesive Capsulitis

Are you suffering from adhesive capsulitis after a vaccination? Adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder may develop after a vaccination, which causes pain and the inability to properly use the shoulder. After a period of time, the muscles or joints may become restricted and therefore, the shoulder becomes “frozen.” This injury can be caused by a shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA). If an individual notices pain in their shoulder within 48 hours after vaccination and it continues thereafter, adhesive capsulitis may develop. It is important to report this to a healthcare professional as soon as possible. We will explain the importance of timing during our consultation.This would be related to a poorly administrated vaccine. Adhesive capsulitis, similar to other shoulder injuries caused by poor vaccine administration, are covered under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.

Adhesive capsulitis is very painful. The maximum damages provided under the Vaccine Act to cover pain and suffering are limited to $250,000.00. Contact Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates today for a completely confidential free consultation.