Frozen shoulder (also known as adhesive capsulitis) is a condition that occurs when soft tissue around the shoulder, called the capsule, becomes inflamed, contracted and stiff.
The result is a restriction of movement and commonly, an extremely painful shoulder.
Research has shown that shoulder injection therapy combined with specialised physiotherapy is one of the most effective methods of treating a Frozen Shoulder.
At the CHHP Frozen Shoulder Clinic we specialise in this approach and have developed a care pathway to yield optimum results for our clients.
The care pathway package includes:
Research has shown that shoulder injection therapy combined with specialised physiotherapy is one of the most effective methods of treatment for Frozen Shoulder.
The injections may include cortisone (steroid) and/or hydrodistention (using salty water) procedures. Our specialist physiotherapists will determine whether this approach may be of benefit for you.
This care pathway has been carefully researched and published. If you would like further information contact us for a patient guide.
For further information please call our team on 0207 7637 7677 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org