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Frozen Shoulder – It’s Symptoms & Treatment Options

Frozen shoulder, also said to be the adhesive capsulitis is a condition in which the shoulder becomes painful and stiff. Most people think that it is the normal shoulder pain and it would go after two or three stretches or opting for some pain killers will help relieve the chronic pain. But it is recommended that in such a situation one must pay a visit to a pain management specialist, who will properly diagnose the condition and suggest the medications accordingly.

Sometimes, it is the frozen shoulder condition that is causing acute shoulder pain and compelling the person to stay away from the routinely chores.

What are the Symptoms OF Frozen Shoulder?

The pain, stiffness and limitation in the range of movement can be further elaborated with the below phases that confirm about whether a person is facing frozen shoulder pain or not:

The freezing, painful phase

In this the shoulder pain is followed by stiffness and limitation in movement. Moreover, this pain increases at night time and is felt more when a person lies on the affected.

The frozen, stiff Phase

If not treated properly then this condition may last for 4-12 months. However, with certain medication even if the stiffness is treated, there remains a restriction for a person in moving easily. Shoulder being the most important part, when affected disturbs all our body parts and makes a person frustrated in performing the normal activities.

The Recovery Phase

This period can be witnessed after opting for a righteous treatment. In it the pain is alleviated and the person is able to remove the hurdle of difficulty in movement.

The treatment Options For Frozen Shoulder Include:

Shoulder pain can be alleviated if below treatment options are followed:

Ordinary Pain killers

Paracetamol or codeine being a very strong pain killer can be opted in order to ease the excruciating pain.

Anti-inflammatory pain killers

These pain killers help not only in easing the pain but also reduce the inflammation felt in the shoulder. The examples of such pain killers include ibuprofen, diclofenac and naproxen.

Shoulder exercises

A person is advised to perform a little workout just to prevent the shoulder from being stiff. Constant movement will help ease the pain and enhance the movement.

Physiotherapy

If not by yourself, then you can look for a physiotherapist who will advise you some good exercises that will help ease the chronic shoulder pain.

If you or any of your loved one is suffering from shoulder pain or any other body pain, get a professional advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212). He is an expert anesthesiologist and certified Pain Management Specialist who has been practicing pain relief techniques for the past several years with effective results.

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