Frozen shoulder is not an isolated disease, but a limitation of the active and passive range of motion of the shoulder joints, with no other identified cause.
In other words, the shoulder joint is stiffened with the pain of the shoulder, which means that the movement is restricted.
The cause of frozen shoulder is persistent fixation, age, diabetes, severe trauma or mild trauma. Especially, diabetes increases the risk more than 5 times, and bilateral cases are common.
The MRA image shows that the joints and ribs are thickened and the joint volume is reduced.
MRI image shows a rotator cuff rupture.
Calcification is seen on the shoulder
spinus on the X-ray.
It is the most basic treatment for shoulder pain and joint movement recovery from frozen shoulder.
Once the pain has been regulated to a certain extent, self-exercising can be done at home to recover the shoulder movement.
If other therapies are not effective in improving pain and joint motions, you can restore the range of motion of the joints under anesthesia with arthroscopy and, in severe cases, perform arthroscopic surgery to relieve the joints. Arthroscopic surgery can be used not only for the treatment of frozen shoulder, but also for the treatment and treatment of other lesions in the joints.