Our treatments provide pain relief for many varing conditions, including;
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis – Front shoulder pain caused by swelling of the shoulder tendons.
Tendonitis – Through repetitive overuse, over strain and aging, tendons can inflamed, which is known as tendonitis.
Impingement Syndrome – Shoulder pain when reaching overhead or behind.
Adhesive Capsulitis – Also known as Frozen Shoulder. Shoulder pain with loss of motion.
Adhesive Capsulitis – Frozen Shoulder
Adhesive Capsulitis, more commonly known as Frozen Shoulder, results in shoulder pain and a loss of motion, caused by inflammation of the ligaments in the shoulder. The shoulder joint contains ligaments that hold the differing bones together. When the capsules between the bones becomes inflamed, the joints are unable to move freely and shoulder pain is experienced.
What are the causes of Frozen Shoulder?
Any shoulder can cause frozen shoulder, includng tendonitis, bursitis or rotator cuff syndrome. Patients with risk factors of diabetes, chronic inflammatory shoulder arthritis or those who have just undergone chest surgery are more prone to develope frozen sholder. Frozen shoulder can also be developed by long term immobiliity of the shoulder.
What are the symptoms of Frozen Shoulder?
Symptoms and signs of a frozen shoulder include pain, stiffness, and loss of range of motion of the shoulder. The shoulder range of motion is limited when either the patient or an examiner attempts to move the joint. The shoulder can develop increased pain with use. These symptoms can make sleep very uncomfortable.
What are the treatments of Frozen Shoulder?
Frozen Shoulder often requires quite intense treatment as it is quite a severe condition. A combination of Neuromuscular Therapy, Dry Needling, Chiropractic Treatment or Shockwave Therapy could provide lasting pain relief and restore the shoulder to an original state.
If you believe you can benefit from any of these treatments or if you would like further informtaion on frozen shoulder, please do not hesitate to contact us.