April 15, 2015

Frozen Shoulder – The Problem, True Cause and Real Cure (Part 2)

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.

The Only Known Cure and Successful Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

The aforementioned treatments have some positives aspects. But the cons outweigh the pros and rarely do they cure the condition. Or if they do put the patient on the path to being cured, it is not without a lot of attendant follow-up rehabilitation treatment. Surgery, for example, involves the cutting up of tissue. This seems counter-intuitive considering that the immune system may be triggered into more rapidly creating tissue by healing. Surgery has, on average, no more than a 50% chance for complete success even if a person carefully follows the lengthy 3-9 months of post-op rehabilitation treatment. Manipulation under aesthetic (MUA) has a documented 80% rate of severe complications such as shoulder bone fractures, dislocations, nerve damage, and permanent damage to the shoulder capsule. Not a pretty picture in most cases. Dr. Oolo-Austin has had to perform the MCD non-surgical operative procedure on numerous patients who have had surgery or failed MUA. There are also other options such as physiotherapy, chiropractic, active release technique, acupuncture, and massage therapy. But they do not work and, if they seem to work, it is simply because of the normal progressive course of the frozen shoulder condition. In other words, the patient would have reached a point of relative resolution and improvement of motion anyway even without therapy. There is no cure for the adhesive capsulitis type of frozen shoulder period–except one treatment: the MCD Procedure.


The MCD Procedure for Adhesive Capsulitis Frozen Shoulder

Developed by Dr. Oolo-Austin in the early 2000’s, this procedure was first mentioned in a study published in a Russian medical journal in 2012. The journal noted the approximately 10 years of research and studies showing a 98% successful treatment with no complications or issues reported. Today the MCD Procedure is the world’s most effective and safest procedure to cure frozen shoulder.

How does the procedure work?

The shoulder muscles and attaching tissues, through three specific, non-surgical capsular separation / dissection procedures, along with active patient interaction, are induced neurologically into different states or reflexive relaxation and flaccidity using Dr. Oolo-Austin’s advanced myoneural treatments. This causes them to unload and suddenly provide a window of opportunity for the joint capsule to be opened manually. The interactive MCD Procedure is a part of a carefully monitored and performed joint and capsule mobilization process which finally employs planes of induced motion which are safe for the shoulder. (see video for more information)

The end result of the MCD Procedure is the separation of the offensive fibrous scar tissue surrounding the frozen shoulder joint with no surgery involved. Patients immediately experience restored arm and shoulder mobility. Compared to spending 2-3 years on costly yet ineffective treatments, the entire frozen shoulder treatment process doesn’t last longer than 2 or 3 hours!

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