Dear friend .frozen shoulder is actually capsule around your shoulder that is inflamed and gradually stiffened.there are either frozen without any primary illness or with any primary shoulder pathology,that can be either bony spur or cuff bursitis or biceps tendinitis and so on etc.you hv to first get it confirmed that whether it is primary or secondary after proper assessment. Your shoulder will definitely get better in both cases.old concept is that it takes 12 months for recovery,now with new methods it can be cured within weeks and you canhv pain free nights.get help of any shoulder specialist in your area.wish you early recovery .regards dr pankaj agrawal shoulder and knee reconstruction surgeon ahmedabad
Frozen shoulder can be treated well with proper physiotherapy treatment,Time required to get completely cured depends on how much your shoulder movements are affected.....usually it takes 6 months to even 2 years for some patients to get completely cured...Better would be if you could visit my centre shape and strength in kolkata to get exeamined and take the treatment if interested.
The Best way to Manage Frozen Shoulder is through Physiotherapy.
You should consult a good physiotherapist nearby, In Acute pain they will use electrotherapy modalities to reduce pain muscles spasm, along with that they will institute ROM exercises.
At home you can apply Ice pack and starts with gentle relaxation exercises like pendular exercise.
Day by day you will see the improvement, the best part is that it is fully recoverable.
Better relieve pressure on scapular muscle by manual therapy & manipulate rotator cuff muscles within single sitting she will recover her movement........It's possible in sports physiotherapy speciality by advanced techniques like osteopathy,dont make repetitive stress by mobilisation and hot packs,cold packs......just visit www.vphysiomend.com for further updates
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