Dr. Oolo-Austin has also developed a groundbreaking procedure to cure another type of frozen shoulder called Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder Impingement, simply Frozen Shoulder or sometimes “Type 2” Frozen Shoulder. This is a novel procedure specifically designed to cure Shoulder Impingement Syndrome which incorporates a team of health professionals that apply Dr. O’s novel neurological muscle and pain resetting protocols. (It is not the MCD Procedure for Adhesive Capsulits.) . The procedure is called the “Myoneural Shoulder Impingement Procedure” (MSIP)
Whereas the MCD (Manual Capsular Dissection) Procedure to cure adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder involves the taking of medication, Dr. Oolo-Austin’s MSIP shoulder impingement procedure is not always performed with the use of medications. If you have the type of frozen shoulder that is due to capsular adhesions, Dr. Oolo-Austin’s MCD Procedure is the only treatment that can alleviate symptoms and fix adhesive capsulitis in a single session.
If, however, you suffer from un-complicated frozen shoulder due to compromising shoulder impingement, you can get effectively treated with Dr. O’s Myoneural Shoulder Impingement Procedure.
With adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder, all ranges of motion will be severely restricted–especially side raising (abduction), arm up behind your back (internal rotation) and the “I surrender” position (external rotation). Internal and external rotations are still possible by patients suffering from frozen shoulder impingement syndrome. With adhesive capsulitis, patients are often unable to wash their hair, do up their bra, or even simply put their affected hand on their hip. Both types of frozen shoulder can cause pain at night but with adhesive capsulitis, the pain can be excruciating and debilitating.
With impingement syndrome the patient will often still be able to raise their arm sideways without body or shoulder tilt between 90-120 degrees. Adhesive capsulitis sufferers are usually unable to raise their arm in any manner above 90 degrees without body tilt. Most impingement syndrome sufferers still have most of their other shoulder movement capabilities with pain only in some ranges at end point. Some impingement syndrome sufferers do not have limitations on side raises and only experience pain when they reach all the way up and back or partially up and back.