Given the fact that there isn’t a lot of research on frozen shoulder compared to other conditions, there are still a lot of questions that one may have: Can I get it in my other shoulder? Is frozen shoulder caused by a virus? If one or both my parents had frozen shoulder, does that mean I’m at risk of getting it? (more…)
Frozen shoulder support comes in many forms. It can be physical in the form of shoulder braces and topical creams formulated to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. It can come in the form of treatments such as physical therapy and stretching. But an important form of frozen shoulder support comes in the form of support from spouses, loved ones, and friends. (more…)
Frozen shoulder and diabetes sufferers have it particularly tough. Conventional treatments such as physical therapy, cortisone injections, and hydrodilatation can be less effective for those who have diabetes. This is due to changes in connective tissue. (more…)
Trigenics Australia and Trigenics New Zealand – Frozen shoulder sufferers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, and other urban centres down under should make sure that their Trigenics® treatment is performed by an up to date Trigenics® practitioner. (more…)
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.