Shoulder Pain Treatment

All frequently asked questions for Shoulder Pain Treatment

Immobilizing the shoulder may worsen the condition. Please consult an expert first.

  • Follow exercise as set by the physiotherapist.
  • Avoid performing strenuous or intense exercises using gym equipment by yourself.
  • Maintain good posture; avoid slouching and keep shoulders back.
  • Apply hot and cold packs as directed.
  • Stretching exercises to increase the range and maintain flexibility.
  • Strengthening
  • Posture correction to prevent impingement.
  • Pain relief: Heat/ice or other electrotherapeutic modalities.

If left alone, it can heal on its own in 1.5 to 2 years. This can be sped up with physiotherapy.

Also called adhesive capsulitis, it happens when the structures around the shoulder joint become inflamed. They gradually get tighter and more painful, restricting movement. It is more common in those who are diabetic.

In the initial stages, there will be pain, which is constant and may be worse at night.

This is followed by difficulty moving. Most people experience difficulty in taking their arm behind their back (reaching for a wallet) or touching the top of their head. Raising your arm might be difficult.

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