If you suffer from a frozen shoulder, the name says it all; frozen shoulder, causes loss of movement in the arm and shoulder. Because of this you will suffer from a shoulder and arm that cannot be moved freely.
Frozen shoulder occurs on average in about 3% of the Dutch population. Especially people between 40 and 60 years old are most affected by a frozen shoulder. The complaints are also surprisingly common in diabetic patients.
The shoulder consists of a cup and a bowl. This allows the upper arm to neatly connect to the shoulder. To provide the joint with stability and to keep the joint together, there is a haircut around the joint. The hairstyle also ensures freedom of movement for your arm. However, the hair is inflamed in a froze holder. The inflamed capsule creates thickening and adhesion in the joint capsule. As a result, freedom of movement will decrease and movement with the shoulder can be very painful and difficult. The flexibility of the joint decreases and will therefore restrict freedom of movement.
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A frozenshoulder can be created in different ways. The main reason is an inflamed haircut. An inflamed hairstyle can come about in several ways.
This is how a frozenshoulder can be created after a fall. This can cause injury to the shoulder joint, after which the haircut can ignite over time.
The hairstyle can also be ignited by maintaining the same movement or posture, after which irritation of the joint occurs.
In most cases, a frozenshoulder will resolve itself. It is important to rest the shoulder. This means that the shoulder is allowed to move (otherwise it becomes stiff) but not so much that it becomes overloaded. Otherwise, the inflammation and irritation will only increase.
Rest for the first 6 months, all movements may be made but not above the pain threshold.
In order to give sufficient rest to the shoulder, you must be able to move in a taught manner. That means that you just have to move but not over the pain complaints. ProBrace provide you with the following advice: