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Frozen Shoulder Injury

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Hiba Butt

on 18 December 2012

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Finally It's time for a quick quiz! Whoever answers the questions correct gets a prize each time, you can answer as many times as you like! Good luck What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen Shoulder Injury Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes limited motion in the shoulder joint. This injury usually has no apparent reason as to why it occurs. Frozen shoulder causes the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint to bond and form a scar tissue. What are the signs/symptoms
of Frozen Shoulder?
The signs and symptoms of Frozen Shoulders consists of pain, stiffness, loss of range of motion of shoulder. The shoulder can develop more pain every time it's used, and can make the shoulder worse which leads to uncomfortable sleep. What are the treatment options
for Frozen Shoulder? The goal is to eliminate to the stiffness and the pain and keep the range of shoulder movement as normal as possible. When you start to feel as though there is some unusual stiffness in your shoulder a shoulder examination is suggested as any other injury would require. The following options are treatment options to ease the frozen shoulder. Ordinary pain killers, anti-inflammatory pain killers, shoulder exercises, physiotherapy, steroid injection, surgery. How does Frozen Shoulder occur? Quite often, Frozen shoulder occurs with no specific injury or apparent cause. There are certain people who develop frozen shoulder after a shocking injury to the shoulder. Frozen shoulder causes inflammation, scarring, thickening and shrinking of the capsule that encircles the shoulder joint. Injuries such as tendinitis, bursitis, and rotator cuff injury cause frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder generally happens to patients with Diabetes, Chronic inflammatory, Arthritis of shoulder, and after chest of breast surgery. Prevention To prevent frozen shoulder it's always important to stretch your shoulders. Doing regular shoulder exercises will help keep a stable, strong, and flexible shoulder joint. Contact a medical practitioner if unusual pain is experience, it’s better to know what the situation is sooner than later especially with Frozen shoulder because if it’s not treated as soon as possible it can take from about a year or two to be accordingly healed. Teri Hatcher affected by 'Frozen Shoulder' In the year of 2011, 46 year-old Teri Hatcher was diagnosed with the painful and common injury 'Frozen Shoulder'.Teri has been affected so extremely that she has difficuilty bustling her limb and battles with everyday tasks! Frozen shoulder has made it hard for Teri to use her left arm, she has been injected with special pain-killers. “I've been struggling with this thing called frozen shoulder, which is a real condition which women get,” she told Extra. “It's basically left me pretty much not functioning with my left arm... I can't hook a bra anymore.” - Teri Hatcher The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint. The ball is the top of the arm bone (the humeral head), and the socket is part of the shoulder blade (the glenoid). Surrounding this ball-and-socket joint is a capsule of tissue that envelops the joint. Normally the Shoulder joint is the
most flexible joint that allows the most motion,
when frozen shoulder is developed the capsule
surrounding the joint becomes contracted (become
smaller)
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