Study of Conservative Management of Frozen Shoulder
Dr. Pinakin Vora.
Abstract Frozen shoulder is a condition characterized by pain and global restriction of movement with loss of external rotation. All 77 patients with idiopathic frozen shoulder syndrome diagnosed between January 1995 and January 1998 were included. Study shows that Manipulation followed by physiotherapy should be started earlier rather than late. Some authors believed that after a period of six months most improved pain wise but still have residual restriction of movements after taking treatment in the form of physiotherapy or manipulation under general anesthesia, but they become adapted to do full function of his/ her day to day routine work.
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