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Chiropractic Help treatment of frozen shoulder is directed at four domains:

  1. Shoulder pain is most often caused by subluxations in the neck. Neck pain and stiffness is commonly associated with this condition confirming the neck problem. Without treating the cause adequately, often in the neck,  NECK PAIN TREATMENT , all other treatment options are slow and dependent on the body's natural recuperative powers. With no treatment at all this condition usually resolves within three years, owing to this natural healing power of the body. Three years of hell.
  2. Movement . The worst treatment of this condition is immobilisation, as in a sling. It rapidly worsens the pain and stiffness. A gentle set of stretches for the FS, done frequently, numerous times a day, is an essential part of the chiropractic care. As the movement returns, and the pain lessens, active rehab exercises, ROTATOR CUFF STRENGTHENING are essential.
  3. Key to shoulder treatment is mobilisation and/or adjusting the AcromioClavicular joint.

  4. Management of any associated medical conditions such as diabetes is essential.
  5. Pain control is an important part of the management of this nasty condition. Ironically an ice pack, in a face-cloth, placed over the painful parts for about 20 to 30 minutes is best, followed by moist heat as in a shower, followed by the stretching program. Acupuncture, NSAIDs, and various electrical modalities may be helpful.
  6. A FS can sometimes be a real bastard, excuse the French. It's a very mean condition. There is new research coming out on the effectiveness of microcurrent stimulation in the treatment of frozen shoulder.
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As with any medication, there are possible side effects or risks involved.  Common risks from steroid injections include pain at the injection site, bruising due to broken blood vessels, skin discolouration and aggravation of inflammation.  Rarer risks include allergic reactions, infection, tendon rupture and serious injury to bones called necrosis.  Long term side effects (depending on frequency and dose) include thinning of skin, easy bruising, weight gain, puffiness in the face, higher blood pressure, cataract formation, and osteoporosis (reduced bone density).  Steroid injections may be given every 3-4 months but frequent injections may lead to tissue weakening at the injection site and is not recommended.  Side effects do not happen in everyone and vary from person to person.

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Frozen shoulder steroid shot

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