Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder is one the most common  shoulder ailment. In a layman's terminology all shoulder ailments are labelled as frozen shoulder. 
When a patient with frozen shoulder is referred to us , the utmost priority for us is to assess the cause of frozen shoulder and to confirm if it is a frozen shoulder or not. 
Usually the frozen shoulder is classified into 2 types primary or idiopathic and secondary.
Primary frozen shoulder is an idiopathic frozen shoulder without any cause
Secondary frozen shoulder is due to some other injury,

Most cases of adhesive capsulitis can be treated with a guided physiotherapy protocol. We have developed an advance shoulder arthroscopy protocol to guide physiotherapist and patients for a proper physiotherapy.

A short course of anti inflammatory medications is helpful. We recommend taking medications in supervision of orthopedic surgeon. 

Steroids are advocated by some to alleviate pain by some surgeons. We do not advice steroid oral or intraarticularly as a primary treatment for adhesive capsulitis.
Very occasionally if pain is excruciating, and not relieved with adequate physiotherapy and medications, an arthroscopic procedure is justified.
Frozen Shoulder : what you want to know

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