Frozen Shoulder Treatment Norwich

Treatment for Frozen Shoulder Sufferers in Norwich and Norfolk

The Norfolk Clinic provides frozen shoulder treatment in Norwich, working with patients who suffer from this painful condition to reduce their aches, pains and increase their range of motion. Continue reading if you wish to learn more about Frozen Shoulder and the things we can do to treat this problem.

What is Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen Shoulder is also known as Adhesive Capsulitis or Shoulder Contracture. Frozen Shoulder is the stiffness, pain or limited movement you have in your shoulder, most commonly occurring after an injury, overusing the shoulder muscles or from a disease, where the tissues around the joint in your shoulder will stiffen, giving you restricted movement.

Occurring when the sleeve that surrounds the shoulder joint becomes swollen and thickened, the reasoning of the cause of Frozen Shoulder can often be unexplained and unclear. Frozen Shoulder can make every day tasks difficult and painful to accomplish. The pain caused with Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) varies from mild pain to severe where moving your shoulder is almost impossible. If you are suffering with pain due to Frozen Shoulder, suffer no more and come along to The Norfolk Clinic in Norwich today, for effective and professional pain reducing treatment.

The name ‘Frozen Shoulder’ originates from the 3 stages of having Frozen Shoulder. Starting with ‘freezing’ then ‘frozen’ and ending with ‘thawing’, Frozen Shoulder can be an extremely long, difficult and painful process without correct and specialised treatment. These 3 stages can be easily time reduced with effective treatment. The Norfolk Clinic are able to provide specialist, tried and tested treatment to help ease the pain and improve the movement of your shoulder.

Causes of Frozen Shoulder

Persistent stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint is the main symptom of Frozen Shoulder. There are various causes of Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) and you may be at greater risk of developing Frozen Shoulder if you suffer with other health conditions. Some of the most common causes or health conditions resulting in Frozen Shoulder are:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease and lung disease
  • Stroke
  • Breast cancer
  • Previous shoulder injury/surgery

The simplest of things can be made to be extremely difficult if you have Frozen Shoulder. Everyday tasks like bathing, driving and sleeping can become unbearable if you don’t receive treatment for your Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis). The Norfolk Clinic provide treatment in Norfolk to help get you back to completing your daily duties without hassle and pain free.

Contact Norfolk Clinic For Frozen Shoulder Treatment

If you are suffering with Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) and live in the Norwich area, be sure to come along to The Norfolk Clinic today. Without treatment, Frozen Shoulder can last for many months, if not years leaving you in constant pain. The Norfolk Clinic are here and on hand to help you with our professional treatment for Frozen Shoulder. We provide effective and professional treatment for Frozen Shoulder, ensuring you get back to your full state of health and fitness. You don’t have to suffer in pain any longer, choose The Norfolk Clinic for specialised treatment for your Frozen Shoulder. We will do all we can to help you feel like yourself again.

For more information on the frozen shoulder treatment we offer or to arrange treatment for a frozen shoulder, feel free to get in touch with Norfolk Clinic and we’ll be more than happy to assist.

Frozen Shoulder FAQs

Frozen shoulder is more likely to occur in people who are 35-50 years old. It can be primary, with no known cause, or secondary, associated with an underlying illness or injury.

While the spontaneous onset frozen shoulder is of unknown origin, you can prevent frozen shoulder caused by disuse by avoiding long period of shoulder inactivity.

Frozen shoulder refers to inflexibility and stiffness in the shoulder joint. Known as shoulder adhesive capsulitis, it causes a feeling of adhesion and substantial loss of shoulder joint motion in all directions. The cause of frozen shoulder is traced to swelling and stiffening of loose capsule around the shoulder joint due to scarring.

The correct type of physiotherapy. chiropody and massage can help to temporarily relieve the symptoms of frozen shoulder.