Frozen Shoulder

What Are the Causes of Frozen Shoulder?

Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder syndrome is excruciatingly painful. Some of the symptoms include reduced range of motion, stiffness, and pain. It happens when the tissues that surround your shoulder joint get stiff. Scar tissue develops, and this limits your shoulder’s ability to function. Causes include:

  • Diabetes
  • Thyroid Disorder
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Overuse
  • Stroke
  • Tuberculosis

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Shoulder Impingement syndrome

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Our Pain Doctors Can Help!

Thankfully, there are many treatment options for a frozen shoulder. They include medication, joint distention techniques, nerve block injections, as well as surgical procedures in extreme cases. During your consultation, we will examine your shoulder and discuss the right option for you.

You Don’t Have To Keep Suffering

You don’t realize how much you use your shoulder until you can no longer use it. Frozen shoulder syndrome can have a devastating effect on your day to day routine. The sooner you treat the condition, the sooner you get back to living a good life. Your shoulder’s health is in your control. Schedule an appointment with our Texas pain specialists today.

It’s Time to Get Your Life Back

Our pain doctors can help you deal with the mobility issues caused by a frozen shoulder. If you don’t get care, the symptoms may last for more than a year. It will hinder your personal life, your work life, and the time you spend with your friends and family. Frozen shoulder affects women disproportionately as well as individuals who are over the age of 60. We invite you to talk to the physicians at our Texas pain centers to discuss options for providing you pain relief.

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