Frozen Shoulder is a common condition in which the shoulder stiffness occur result in reducing mobility.
- Diabetes Frozen shoulder occurs much more often in people with diabetes, affecting 10% to 20% of these individuals.
- Some additional medical problems associated with frozen shoulder include hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Parkinson's disease, and cardiac disease.
- Immobilization Frozen shoulder can develop after a shoulder has been immobilized for a period of time due to surgery, a fracture, or other injury.
- A person with a frozen shoulder will have a persistently painful and stiff shoulder joint.
- They are usually classified in three stages as symptoms worsen gradually and then resolve within a two-year period.
Three Stages of Frozen Shoulder:
- Freezing or painful stage:
The shoulder becomes stiff and then very painful with movement. Movement becomes limited. Pain typically worsens at night.
- Frozen or adhesive stage: The shoulder becomes increasingly stiff, severely limiting range of motion. Pain may not diminish, but it does not usually worsen.
- Thawing stage: Movement in the shoulder begins to improve. Pain may fade but occasionally recur.
The Therapies like:-
- Dhanyamla dhara
- Abyanga and Nadi swedam
- Bruhan Nasya
- Pathrapotali swedam (Elakizhi)
- Sthanik (Pizhichil)
- Sira vedana (Venesection)
- Agni karma (Heat therapy)
- Hot and cold Fomentation
- Mud Therapy
Other Therapies Offer:-
- Life Style Modification