Frozen Shoulder in Hazerswoude-Dorp
What is a frozen shoulder?
Frozen shoulder syndrome in Hazerswoude-Dorp refers to a condition in which a shortening of the joint capsule occurs. The joint capsule consists of connective tissue and is located around the head and socket of the shoulder joint. The hairstyle is supportive and ensures, among other things, that the head remains in the bowl. The style must be the right length to allow for adequate movement and to keep the shoulder from dislocating.
With a Frozen Shoulder, the pain usually develops gradually, but it can also develop within a few days. In the first period of this condition, pain is in the foreground, but later the increasing stiffness of the shoulder is particularly noticeable. This gives all kinds of movement restrictions.
Chiropractic care for a frozen shoulder in Hazerswoude-Dorp
A frozen shoulder heals on its own within two to five years, but chiropractic speeds recovery by mobilizing the shoulder capsule in the direction in which it has been shortened.
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