Frozen Shoulder Pain

Frozen Shoulder is a common condition in which the shoulder stiffness occur result in reducing mobility.


  1. Diabetes Frozen shoulder occurs much more often in people with diabetes, affecting 10% to 20% of these individuals.
  2. Some additional medical problems associated with frozen shoulder include hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Parkinson's disease, and cardiac disease.
  3. Immobilization Frozen shoulder can develop after a shoulder has been immobilized for a period of time due to surgery, a fracture, or other injury.


  1. A person with a frozen shoulder will have a persistently painful and stiff shoulder joint.
  2. They are usually classified in three stages as symptoms worsen gradually and then resolve within a two-year period.

Three Stages of Frozen Shoulder:

  1. Freezing or painful stage: The shoulder becomes stiff and then very painful with movement. Movement becomes limited. Pain typically worsens at night.
  2. Frozen or adhesive stage: The shoulder becomes increasingly stiff, severely limiting range of motion. Pain may not diminish, but it does not usually worsen.
  3. Thawing stage: Movement in the shoulder begins to improve. Pain may fade but occasionally recur.

Ayurveda Management:-

The Therapies like:-

  1. Dhanyamla dhara
  2. Abyanga and Nadi swedam
  3. Bruhan Nasya
  4. Pathrapotali swedam (Elakizhi)
  5. Sthanik (Pizhichil)
  6. Navarakizhi
  7. Enema
  8. Sira vedana (Venesection)
  9. Agni karma (Heat therapy)

Naturopathy Therapy:-

  1. Hot and cold Fomentation
  2. Mud Therapy
  3. Enema

Other Therapies Offer:-

  1. Meditation
  2. Pranayama
  3. Yoga
  4. Exercise
  5. Diet
  6. Life Style Modification

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