Trigenics is a process that uses the body’s normal communication system, through the nervous system, to stimulate movement. Like if we set our mind strongly enough to achieve something that we desire and we have the right motives with enough energy, then our subconscious will always get us there. (more…)
Although over 300 million people worldwide suffer from this condition, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) still seems to be a relatively ‘new’ condition in the medical world. The percentage of people suffering from this terrible affliction seems to be growing yearly, though the reason for this is yet unclear. There are many different opinions on which treatment option is the ‘best’ route to take.
Physical therapists may recommend lengthy rehabilitation programs while athletic therapists and shoulder specialists suggest surgery followed by a muscle-building program to strengthen the shoulder muscles. (more…)
Dr. Duplay first described frozen shoulder in the late 1800s and suggested that the underlying cause of the condition was soft tissue damage due to some kind of trauma. In the years since Dr. Duplay’s observations, research has shed new light on this condition and we now know that frozen shoulder is caused by inflammation and results in the formation of scar tissue in the shoulder joint. It is this scar tissue that ultimately makes movement difficult. (more…)
There are numerous treatments that attempt to cure frozen shoulder such as cortisone injections, surgery, specialized exercises, and brutal manipulation of the shoulder joint and capsule while you are unconscious under general anesthetic. (more…)
If you’ve ever had an injection like a pain killer or vaccination; you’ll have some idea of what frozen shoulder feels like. After an injection, your bicep and adjoining area may be really tight and painful. These are mild versions of what would usually be severe symptoms for sufferers of frozen shoulder a.k.a. “adhesive capsulitis.” Frozen shoulder itself occurs when the shoulder joint becomes inflamed and contracts. Heavy layers of scar-like fibrous tissue is laid down joining the 2 sides of the joint capsule together—literally “freezing” it immobile. (more…)