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What causes Frozen Shoulder?
The shoulder is one of the most dynamic joints in the body. The joint is a structure of ligaments and tendons that connect bone and muscle. It is all encased in a connective tissue capsule. When that tissue thickens, it constricts to tighten around the shoulder joint and it causes pain.
Other causes of Frozen Shoulder is due to an injury or other conditions. There is some evidence that suggests people with diabetes and other chronic diseases are more likely to develop the condition. It is also more prevalent in people who have had an arm fracture or surgery – something that causes them to keep their shoulder immobilized for an extended period of time. Women (particularly postmenopausal women) tend to be at higher risk and it most often occurs in an age bracket between 40 to 70 years old.
Chiropractic treatment for Frozen Shoulder
Chiropractic is an effective way to treat Frozen Shoulder. Most chiropractors do have the capabilities to use x-rays and other diagnostic tools to adequately assess the patient.
As per observation those who underwent chiropractic treatment, between 15 and 60 days with the median being 30 days. Of the 50 cases:
- 10 patients were completely ok
- 28 patients were 75% to 90% improved
- 11 patients were 50% to 75% improved
- 1 patient was 0% to 50% improved
Chiropractic can help reduce the pain, improve the shoulder range of motion, and speed recovery. The treatment depends on the symptoms that are present, how progressed the condition is, and how long the patient has had the condition. It involves the manipulation of the joints and muscle tissues. The chiropractor applies pressure and stretches key points to help reduce pain and resolve the condition. It can make a tremendous difference in the patient’s life.
Migraine Treatment Chiropractic Spinal Manipulative
Migraine is defined as a headache in a unilateral location, with a pulsating quality and moderate to severe intensity that is aggravated by routine physical activity.
The patient experiences nausea and or vomiting, photo-phobia, and or phono-phobia.
Chiropractic Spinal Manipulative Treatment (CSMT) can help you reduce severe attacks without the use of any medication