a 48 year old man with painful stiffness in his right shoulder

The Medical diagnosis is the usual one of “scapulo-humeral periarthritis” caused by inflammation of the tendons of the rotator cuff and confirmed, in this case with an ultrasound scan, by the presence of coarse calcifications along the tendon of the supraspinatus muscle.

According to the 5 BLs, it instead represents the “vagotonic” phase, involving repair with swelling/calcification of a previous phase consisting of necrosis of the tendon of the supraspinatus muscle.
The state of biological conflict that gives rise to these particular biological processes is the “inability to free oneself” of an unbearable situation. The biological meaning of the process is necrotisation of the muscle (the tendonous part) during the active conflict phase (feeling of worthlessness) and calcification (reinforcement) during the "vagotonic" phase.

The person in question is a railway station master and, given the nature of his work, is very punctilious. One day, his colleague fell ill and was replaced. The replacement immediately showed himself to be inefficient, unpunctual and with little sense of responsibility. The ensuing chaos all ended up on the shoulders of the station master, who couldn’t wait to be rid of this new colleague. After a month his old colleague returned from sick leave and the replacement was discharged. The station master breathed a sigh of relief at “being freed of” the colleague and, the very same day, while weight training in the gym his shoulder seized up. Although the Orthopaedic doctor blamed the calcification (which had been around for a while, the result of previous repair), the station master checked its course with the Biological Laws and, so as not to impede the repair, rested the shoulder for three weeks. At the end of this period the shoulder returned to normality and he was able to resume weight training. To remove all doubt another ultrasound scan was done which showed the calcifications to be still there!

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