Periarthritis Shoulder

Periarthritis Shoulder

Our provided Treatment for Frozen shoulder/Periarthritis shoulder treatment has been successful for several of our patients. We analyze and diagnose the level and type of shoulder problem and accordingly carry out the treatment. Our doctors prepare the patients mentally for the Frozen Shoulder Physiotherapy Treatment by imparting them entire details about the procedure.

We are a renowned Frozen Shoulder Treatment Clinic, relied upon for imparting providing excellent frozen shoulder treatment in Delhi & Gurgaon, due to our finest services and effective results derived from the respective treatment.

At Arya Physiotherapy Clinic, we prioritize comprehensive care for conditions like Periarthritis Shoulder, a common affliction characterized by pain and stiffness around the shoulder joint. This condition, also known as frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis, primarily affects individuals aged 40 to 60 and can significantly impede daily activities if left untreated.

Periarthritis Shoulder arises from inflammation and thickening of the shoulder joint capsule and surrounding tissues. This leads to a gradual onset of symptoms, often in three stages: freezing, frozen, and thawing. In the freezing stage, patients experience increasing pain and stiffness, limiting shoulder movement. The frozen stage sees a plateau in symptoms, albeit with persistent restriction in movement. Finally, the thawing stage involves a gradual improvement in mobility and reduction in pain.

Symptoms of Periarthritis Shoulder typically include:
1. Pain: Persistent, dull ache around the shoulder joint, worsening at night and during movement. 2. Stiffness: Limited range of motion, particularly while reaching overhead or behind the back. 3. Weakness: Difficulty performing routine tasks like combing hair or reaching for objects. 4. Functional Impairment: Challenges in activities requiring shoulder movement, such as dressing or lifting.

At Arya Physiotherapy Clinic, we offer personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient's needs. Our comprehensive approach may include:
1. Physiotherapy: Gentle exercises and stretches to improve shoulder mobility and strength.
2. Manual Therapy: Hands-on techniques to reduce pain and improve joint mobility.
3. Modalities: Application of heat or cold therapy to alleviate pain and inflammation.
4. Joint Mobilization: Techniques to restore normal joint mechanics and reduce stiffness.
5. Education: Patient education on proper posture, ergonomics, and home exercises to aid recovery and prevent recurrence.
6. Medications: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or corticosteroid injections for pain management in severe cases.
7. Surgical Intervention: Rarely, surgery may be considered if conservative measures fail to provide relief.