Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also referred to as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition impacting the shoulder joint, resulting in pain and stiffness. The progression of this condition is typically gradual, often taking months or even years to resolve fully. Individuals may encounter challenges such as pain and restricted mobility in the shoulder joint, hindering arm movement. While Frozen shoulder can affect individuals of all age groups, it is more prevalent among individuals aged 40 and above.

What Causes Frozen Shoulder?

The precise cause of frozen shoulder remains incompletely understood; however, several factors may play a role in its development. Some common contributors to frozen shoulder include:

  • Injury: Shoulder trauma or surgical procedures can trigger inflammation and the formation of scar tissue, potentially leading to frozen shoulder.

  • Immobilization: Prolonged immobilization of the shoulder joint, such as wearing a shoulder sling for an extended period, can cause thickening and tightening of the shoulder capsule, contributing to frozen shoulder.

  • Medical Conditions: Individuals with certain medical conditions like diabetes, thyroid disorders, or heart disease may have an elevated risk of developing frozen shoulder.

  • Age and Gender: Frozen shoulder is more prevalent in women and individuals over the age of 40.

  • Other Factors: Additional factors that may contribute to frozen shoulder include autoimmune diseases, hormonal imbalances, and prolonged use of corticosteroid medications.

How We Take Care Of Your Frozen Shoulder?

  • Thorough Evaluation: We assess your condition comprehensively to understand its specifics.
  • Personalized Treatment Plan: Tailored strategies designed for your unique needs and severity.
  • Physical Therapy: Specialized exercises to improve shoulder mobility and alleviate stiffness.
  • Manual Techniques: Hands-on therapies to reduce pain and enhance range of motion.
  • Modalities: Utilization of heat, cold, or electrical stimulation for pain relief and muscle relaxation.
  • Joint Injections: Medications injected into the shoulder joint to reduce inflammation and pain.
  • Patient Education: Informative guidance on at-home exercises and lifestyle adjustments.
  • Progress Tracking: Regular follow-ups to monitor improvement and adjust treatment as needed.
  • Collaborative Care: Coordinated efforts with other healthcare professionals for comprehensive management.
  • Supportive Environment: Compassionate care and support throughout your recovery journey.

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