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Best Frozen Shoulder Treatments in Malaysia

What is the Best Non-Surgical Treatment of Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder and shoulder pain are common conditions in Malaysia. Most centers lack the methods, systems, and even technology needed to accurately assess and treat a frozen shoulder in Malaysia. Frozen shoulder treatment in Malaysia by our clinical teams incorporates the best of physiotherapy and clinical chiropractic in Malaysia. If you have a frozen shoulder, you need our team today. We can help you even if others have failed. In the coming paragraphs, we will discuss the shoulder joint, its’ soft tissues. We do this in an attempt to improve your understanding of what has happened to you. Please contact one of our centers if you need more information.

The shoulder is a ball and socket joint that connects the arm to the body. It is a unique joint as it provides a great degree of mobility; however, there is a lack of stability at the extreme of certain positions (especially overextended in an overhead position). Therefore, shoulder injury usually occurs at the end range of motion as a result of excessive demands on the muscles, ligaments, and capsule of the shoulder. Integrated function of soft tissue structures such as muscles, ligaments, and capsule around the shoulder is needed to provide stability of the joint. Damage to any of these soft tissue structures would compromise the integrated muscular function. Shoulder pain is often due to trauma, overuse, referred pain from the cervical or thoracic spine, trigger points in muscles, or radicular pain from spinal nerve compression. Shoulder complaints are common in sports or occupations requiring repetitive shoulder movements such as swimming, throwing, and overhead work.

Common traumatic and overuse injury patterns for the shoulder include:

  •         A direct blow to the front of the shoulder
  •          Fall on top or side of the shoulder
  •          Fall on an outstretched arm
  •          The arm being forced backward in the overhead position
  •          Sudden traction to the arm
  •          Sudden pain with heavy lifting
  •          Throwing a ball, baseball pitching
  •          Striking a volleyball
  •          Instability of the shoulder
  •          History of shoulder dislocation
Sudden shoulder pain without a traumatic injury that lasts for weeks and has resolved into stiffness and restricted range of motion in the shoulder is usually known as frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis. Irritation of cervical nerve roots in the neck, brachial plexus, and peripheral nerves may also cause pain and weakness in the shoulder. 

Our clinical methods of physiotherapy and chiropractic in Malaysia has provided relief for thousands of shoulder pain sufferers, please contact our main center at 03-2093 1000 for information about our centers and services today.

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