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William Brady, DC
Do you have a tissue and pathology specific diagnosis? Or have you ruled out tissue pathology?
Sounds like you have ruled out adhesion as being the primary cause of his restriction, due to the fact that adhesion is mild and motion restriction is severe.
Did you test passive and resisted shoulder motion? Did you google lipitor reaction with his blood pressure meds? Statins and calcium channel blockers co-prescription can cause lots of trouble.