Frozen shoulder syndrome
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Adhesive capsulitis is another term for the frozen shoulder syndrome. This is a condition that limits the movement of the shoulder. This condition happens when the soft tissues that are attached to the bones of the shoulder become inflamed. When this takes place the shoulder bones are not able to move freely.

There are also several ailments and conditions that contribute to the increased danger of the frozen shoulder syndrome which are:


Trauma which includes surgery

Patients who underwent open heart surgery


History of cervical disk ailments

The first symptoms that will be observed by an individual are stiffness and pain. Though, the usual symptom for this condition is pain which makes the patient unable to move his shoulder. The limitation on the shoulder movement will then lead to stiffness which is referred to as the second stage of the frozen shoulder syndrome. The third stage is called thawing where in the pain slowly subsides and the shoulder slowly moves.

To be able to determine this condition, the individual must undergo physical exam and his medical history reviewed. In addition, if the patient also experienced one or more of the risk factors involved with this condition, it may also need treatment. Other tests may include x-rays to see if there is a problem. MRI exams may also present the widespread of inflammation though there were no tests proving that it works with the frozen shoulder syndrome.

Treatment may include pain killers, physical therapy and injections. The recovery or treatment process can last for 12 to 18 months or more. The physical therapy including exercises must be carried everyday and the intensity of the therapy will depend on the condition of the patient. 

To know more about frozen shoulder syndrome contact top physiotherapist in JP Nagar, Bangalore, Dr. J Mazumdar, physiotherapist from Pro Physiotherapy. 

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