Posts Categorized: Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder Treatment Without Surgery

Best Non-Surgical Treatment for Frozen Shoulder A frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that occurs when the shoulder loses range of motion and becomes painful. A true frozen shoulder occurs when there is no other etiology for the loss of range of motion such as an underlying rotator cuff tear, impingement… Read more »

Diabetes and Shoulder Pain

Why Do People With Diabetes Have Increased Stiffness and Pain with Shoulder Injuries? The standard theory trying to explain why people with diabetes experience more pain and stiffness from shoulder injuries has been related to the increase in sugar or increased glycosylation of the connective tissue. However, there have been studies that show that increased… Read more »

Shoulder Pain – An Overview from Louisville Orthopedic

Shoulder Pain Common With Shoulder Injuries Your shoulder is comprised of three different bones – your humerus, clavicle, and scapula. Along with these bones, your shoulder also has a lot of ligaments, muscles, and tendons. Shoulder pain is a common symptom of a shoulder injury. Shoulder injuries are common and can happen as a result of an… Read more »

Frozen Shoulder Treatment

Treatment of a Frozen Shoulder: Adhesive Capsulitis   A frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, happens when a person has a stiff shoulder and it cannot be moved through a full range of motion passively or actively. It is not painful as long as the arm is not being moved around. If the shoulder is… Read more »

Suffering from Shoulder Pain and Stiffness? It Might be Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis. Learn more from Louisville Orthopedic Surgeon

Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is a condition where the capsule of the shoulder gets very stiff.  People experiencing frozen shoulder suffer from shoulder inflammation and increased restriction in the shoulder. This stiffness in the shoulder can be debilitating and limiting to activities of daily living. Sometimes the cause of frozen shoulder is unknown and… Read more »