Treatment of Frozen Shoulder
and Rotator Cuff Injuries
Whether you have a desk job, play baseball or lift weights at the gym, you may have at some point touched shoulders with shoulder pain. Shoulder pain is often associated with bad posture, overhead activities, direct fall or trauma and in many cases, lack of proper biomechanics at the level of the shoulder blades. If you are above 40 years of age, you may develop a condition known as adhesive capsulitis or better known as frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder is rather painful and may take many months to heal. Physiotherapy would definitely help with range of motion and pain management. Sometimes doctors suggest patients to undergo corticosteroid injections. If we amalgam this approach with physiotherapy, your outcomes would better in many cases.