A frozen shoulder affects sufferers for varying lengths of time. Some sufferers may experience frequent but mild pain and stiffness, whereas others may experience long periods of suffering with little respite. In fact, in worst-case scenarios, you may end up suffering from a frozen shoulder for years. Physical therapy can help relieve the swelling and reduce pain, providing the sufferer with improved mobility and a better quality of life.

The difficulty in effectively treating a frozen shoulder stems from the swelling. In more severe cases the swelling is so bad the sufferer is unable to move his or her arm. Reducing the swelling through physiotherapy is one of the most common ways of treating a swollen shoulder, as doing so allows a greater range of movement and makes increased exercise possible.

Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness Treatments

Our immediate aim is to get our patients to a position where increased movement becomes possible. Physiotherapy and massage will combine to reduce swelling and provide pain relief. We want to provide you with ongoing relief from swelling and pain, which means creating a treatment plan that you can continue long after treatment at our clinic has ended.

The good news is that most of the treatments for your frozen shoulder will take place during the course of your day-to-day life. When your time with Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness is complete, you will have a comprehensive exercise plan in place that you can carry out while at home or at work.

As well as exercise, Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness will provide education on ergonomics, posture and movement mechanics. The goal is to teach you good habits which promote mobility and help prevent your shoulder from swelling out of control.

Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness has a proven track record of providing patients relief from frozen shoulders. If you would like to find out more about how we can help you, contact our clinic today to arrange your first appointment.