|Frozen Shoulder is a Commonly Seen Problem in Women These Days...|
A physical therapy regimen of gentle stretches and range of motion exercises is often the best treatment. In some cases, anti-inflammatory medication and cortisone injections may also be prescribed.
If the shoulder does not respond to therapy, surgery may be considered for better resolution of the problem. However it depends on every individual case. “We have conducted several surgeries for the shoulder where the patient is comfortably discharged the same day from our centre,” tells Mahajan.
Mahajan points out, It is very important to keep the joints moving, and doing exercises and stretches that promote flexibility and mobility." Lack of movement reduces both the optimal supply of blood and over time causes the muscles to tighten. Similarly, a shift in the alignment of shoulder blades and upper arm bone due to wrong posture, like hunching over a computer for several hours, can put significant stress on the ligament and tendons, gradually leading to a mild or severe inflammation in the region. If left unchecked, it can cause scar tissue formation and shoulder stiffening.
Follow your yoga regimen, or a ten minutes exercise for the shoulder every day can give you rich dividends.
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