How to cure frozen shoulder or shoulder impingement
Shoulder impingement is an extremely painful condition that leads to decreased flexibility. So today I’m going to talk about exactly how to cure frozen shoulder or shoulder impingement.
But first, I want to offer you a definition of Shoulder Impingement.
Definition of Shoulder Impingement: also known as subacromial impingement, painful arc syndrome, supraspinatus syndrome, swimmer’s shoulder, and thrower’s shoulder, is a condition which occurs when the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles become irritated and inflamed as they go through the subacromial space, then passing under the acromion.
Because of the similarities to Shoulder Impingement Syndrome often, it is confused with Frozen Shoulder (A.K.A. Adhesive Capsulitis). So even though the symptoms may present as the same relatively, the problem is totally different.
Definition of Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)
Definition of Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis): is stiffness, pain, and small range of motion in your shoulder. It could may after a personal injury or overuse or from an illness such as diabetes. The tissues across the joint stiffen, scar tissue formation forms, and shoulder actions become painful and difficult.
So even though both conditions show with small and painful mobility, pain with Shoulder Impingement Syndrome is due to the muscle tendon of the shoulder being pinched between your ball and socket of the shoulder joint and the bone that lays near the top of the joint.
Whereas Frozen Shoulder is primarily due to scar tissue formation around the joint capsule leading to pain and decreased flexibility.
Outcome depends upon an authentic diagnosis
It is essential to discriminate both of these conditions because they’re treated differently thus your outcomes to treatment depends upon an authentic diagnosis.
However, assuming that you have been diagnosed with Impingement Syndrome correctly, in order to handle this condition, you ‘must’ have all areas of the problem treated.
- Breaking up the scar tissue – To allow for better joint mobility and flexibility
- Stretch out & Strengthen your shoulder muscles – to increase symmetry and balance of the muscles for better joint movement.
- Reset the nerve firing to its normal design – our clinic uses the Trigenics® treatment that resets the nerve firing design to send the correct signals from the human brain to your shoulder and online backup again to accelerate curing and proper joint function
- Reduce the inflammation – to diminish scar tissue and pain tissues development to improve recovery.
By addressing each one of these contributing factors appropriately, only is it likely to anticipate better recovery and permanent results.
If you or someone you value is experiencing Impingement Syndrome or Frozen Shoulder and you’d like to discover if you’re an applicant for our advanced nonsurgical treatment process for chronic average to severe shoulder pain, please feel absolve to contact us.
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