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January 2020

What is a frozen shoulder? A frozen shoulder is a condition causing stiffness of the shoulder joint with significant loss of range of motion in all directions. A frozen shoulder is medically termed as adhesive capsulitis. It is a common problem caused due to inflammation of the capsule portion of the joint. Mostly it affects elderly people and especially diabetics. Good physiotherapy for the frozen shoulder under the supervision of a

A broken shoulder is another word for a shoulder fracture. The shoulder is an intricate connection joint that connects the arm to the body. It has many different parts, including the humerus (upper arm bone), shoulder blade (shoulder bone) and the clavicle (collar bone). The top end of the humerus has a round-shaped ball-like structure, which gets connected to the shoulder blades, called glenoid, and forms "ball and socket joint". Trauma

Shoulder joint replacement is a beneficial surgical procedure to reduce pain and restores mobility in patients. One year after surgery, 95% of patients have the painless function, so they can do exercise with their shoulders well enough to improve strength and movement. Most shoulder replacement patients return to their preferred activities. It makes this procedure a precious choice for a large number of people who suffer shoulder pain due to

Adhesive capsulitis popularly called frozen shoulder, a common disorder causing pain, joint stiffness, and loss of motion in the shoulder. The condition can be severe, and become worse with time if proper treatment is not taken. It mainly affects people of age between 40 to 60 years and women more prone to this condition than men. The cause of frozen shoulder isn't fully understood, but probably it is associated with the