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

Seriously, I walked in limping with a brace on my first day, and left feeling wonderful, and I kept improving after each visit!!! The exercises and attention from the therapists (Kelsey and Jamie) have helped me tremendously, which has enabled me to become more active than I have in a few years. I am truly grateful for their professionalism and attention to my individual need!! I’m HIGHLY recommend them!!

(Johnstown Clinic)

 

 

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(Johnstown Clinic)



I had postpartum hip issue when I first came into RMPT. I’ve had physical therapy before but never believed in it. This time Jason took over my case and after 12 sessions I am back to 100%. Thank you so much for taking such great care of me. (Fort Collins-Central Clinic)

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