Nils OudhuisPosted 1 year ago
Hi all, what do you do with Frozen shoulder? Which exercises do you normally give and do you also perform mobilizations?
In your experience, how long does it take to get better? And do you treat people in every phase?
NNatalie FurnessPosted 1 year ago
From my experience, it really depends on what is currently limited movement. If pain is the main limitation I advise the patient to speak to their doctor regarding pain relief. Next, I subscribe to AAROM / Pendulum plus isotonic shoulder complex exercises, to reduce wastage. If stiffness is > pain I tend to work with MWMs, PNF and strengthening exercises through the available ROM
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JJamie DachPosted 2 weeks ago
Frozen shoulder treatment can be done in a variety of ways. One common treatment is to use heat or ice on your affected shoulder. This helps to reduce inflammation and ease the pain. I rely on cool PowerPoint templates to make my presentation beautiful. You should also take over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen or naproxen sodium to ease the pain of your frozen shoulder.