Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

 

What is it?

Adhesive capsulitis is stiffness and pain in shoulder joint that begins gradually and worsens over time.

 

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Causes:

No specific cause for frozen shoulder. Increased risk for developing frozen shoulder increases if you injury your shoulder or have procedure (surgery, stroke, mastectomy) that prevents you from moving your arm.

 

How can therapy help?

Our physical therapy team will evaluate and develop a plan of care to address your individualized symptoms that you may be experiencing. The plan of care may address  shoulder range of motion and joint mobility, posture, and pain control. In some cases a corticosteroid or other medical intervention maybe requested by your MD. Call us today for a FREE consultation to see how Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy can help you!

Testimonials

I completed a six week internship with RMPT, part of which I was with Rob in the Loveland office. Rob is an extremely knowledgeable, professional, and caring DPT. I thoroughly enjoyed my time learning the trade from him. I highly recommend this office for your physical therapy needs. -Chelsey, Loveland (Google Review 5stars)


I recently completed a six week internship with RMPT. I spent most of it with Amie and Jess in the Windsor clinic. They both are extremely knowledgeable, compassionate, and well rounded. I highly recommended using RMPT for all of your therapy needs. Chelsey, Windsor (Google Review 5stars)

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