Frozen Shoulder (also known as adhesive capsulitis) describes a condition in which the articular capsule that surrounds the ball-and-socket glenohumeral joint of the shoulder swells and becomes stiff.
Frozen shoulder differs from shoulder impingement syndrome in that the stiffness and joint pain will progress until shoulder motion is extremely difficult, effectively freezing the joint.
Frozen shoulder can take up to 3 years to improve on its own. Fortunately, chiropractic and massage can be an effective treatment option.
Our chiropractors use a number of techniques including myofascial dry needling, Trigenics, trigger point therapy, Graston, active release technique, stretching and rehabilitation exercises.
Contact us today to start regaining movement in your frozen shoulder.