Written by: Savo Trajanovic
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist – Physiatrist
Frozen Shoulder is a condition often diagnosed when someone experiences ongoing shoulder stiffness and pain that last at least several weeks at a time. This commonly occurs when someone is recovering from an injury, healing from surgery, suffering from arthritis of experiencing a limited range of motion for another reason, such as a result of a lifestyle. Usually, the longer shoulder pain persists, the more limited mobility becomes. Early treatment of frozen shoulder using targeted exercises for a frozen shoulder, stretches, and natural anti-inflammatory applications can help control symptoms and prevent worsening stiffness. You can use your opposite arm like your therapist, and you can extend in any direction.
Each of exercises for a frozen shoulder can be repeated, ten times in 3-5 sessions per day.
1 While lying down, extend your arm up and bend it in the elbow, so your hand can be over your head
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 1
2. While sitting, extend your arm up
3. Getting the arm to rotate while lying down externally.
4. Getting the arm up the back
5. Getting the arm to rotate while standing externally
6. Getting the arm across the body