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Adhesive Capsulitis & Shoulder Pain Tretment Without Surgery Or Injections
Frozen Shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is more common in Malaysians age 40 to 70 years. People with frozen shoulders usually present with sudden onset of Shoulder and arm pain without a history of injury or trauma. Patients typically complain of shoulder pain that can extend into the arm region. Most will also complain of neck pain and upper back pain. The local shoulder pain can present over the front and inner part of the Shoulder and radiates into the biceps or over the outer part of the Shoulder and radiates into the lateral deltoid region. There is a marked loss of both active and passive range of motion of the Shoulder, with at least 50% loss of external rotation.
Adhesive capsulitis is a common condition that may also occur from neglecting a rotator cuff injury. The rotator cuffs or four muscles of the shoulder provide stability and perform numerous movements, helping you lift, turn, and twist your arm at the shoulder joint.
Adhesive capsulitis is a common condition that may also occur from neglecting a rotator cuff injury. The rotator cuffs or four muscles of the shoulder provide stability and perform numerous movements, helping you lift, turn, and twist your arm at the shoulder joint. Contact Chiropractic Specialty Center® today for all types of shoulder pain and shoulder injury. Let our experts eliminate the root causes of your shoulder pain and stiffness with lasting relief.
Adhesive Capsulitis Or Frozen Shoulder Is Divided Into Three Different Stages:
- Freezing (sudden onset of diffuse shoulder pain with progressive loss of shoulder range of motion)
- Frozen (the pain subsides gradually. However, the stiffness in the shoulder remains, restricted motion in both active and passive movements)
- Thawing (gradual resolution of symptoms and improvement of the marked stiffness in the Shoulder)
There is no external cause or preceding shoulder condition to a “true” primary adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder). There is no systemic diagnosis, precipitating shoulder injury, or diagnostic imaging to explain this sudden, painful shoulder with significant restriction of the range of movement. However, there may be positive results with arthroscopic and histologic studies of the shoulder.
These studies may show evidence of glenohumeral capsular contraction, especially the coracohumeral ligament within the rotator interval. This condition is thought to be self-limiting. However, physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment can help to alleviate shoulder pain and restore shoulder range of movement in adhesive capsuitis patients. Treatment for adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder in Malaysia can help prevent residual symptoms and pain with loss of function of the Shoulder joint in the future.
Holistic non-invasive shoulder pain treatment for adhesive capsulitis is best through a combined approach. Chiropractic Specialty Center® offers top-rated chiropractic in Malaysia combined with physiotherapy for adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder, and shoulder pain patients. Our methods will get you better faster; contact one of our centers today.