Exercises For A Frozen Shoulder

Exercises For A Frozen Shoulder

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Exercises For A Frozen ShoulderExercises For A Frozen Shoulder
Dr Savo Trajanovic
Dr. Savo Trajanovic

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

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 1

2. While sitting, extend your arm up

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 2
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 2

 

 

 

 

3. Getting the arm to rotate while lying down externally.

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 3
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 3

 

 

 

 

4. Getting the arm up the back

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 4
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Getting the arm to rotate while standing externally

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 5
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Getting the arm across the body

Frozen Sholder Exsercice 6
Frozen Sholder Exsercice 6

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