Frozen Shoulder vs Bursitis. What’s the difference? Frozen Shoulder is often confused with bursitis and it is often misdiagnosed as bursitis. This is because both frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) patients and bursitis patients experience similar night pains and reduced mobility of the shoulder.
Bilateral frozen shoulder patients have told us that their health practitioners were either unaware of the possibility of getting frozen shoulder in both arms at the same time, or that they didn’t believe the patient when they first told them about it. Why are some health practitioners unaware that patients can get frozen shoulder in both arms at the same time? (more…)
Frozen shoulder night pain–why does frozen shoulder get worse at night? Anyone who has suffered from adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder will always tell you that the pain is worst at night. The pain is so bad that sufferers will often tell you that they lose countless hours of sleep at night. As a result, many of the sufferers are then put on prescriptions for sleeping pills and narcotic pain-killers. (more…)
The Trigenics® Frozen Shoulder Clinic is proud to announce that the OAT Procedure to fix frozen shoulder is now available in Hamilton, New Zealand! This is big news as previously, patients in New Zealand, Australia, and neighbouring countries had to fly to Tallinn, Estonia or Toronto, Canada for treatment. (more…)
The OAT Procedure has been described as a manual frozen shoulder therapy or treatment. More accurately, it is a non-surgical, non-invasive operation or procedure. The OAT Procedure is also known as the MCD-OAT Procedure which stands for Manual Capsular Dissection Oolo-Austin Trigenics® Procedure. It is comprised of two major components. (more…)