Frozen shoulder treatment

Frozen shoulder treatment in Brighton & Hove

At Inside we use Clinical massage and the Shoulder Girdle Pain Protocol together with myofascial release as a proven effective treatment method for frozen shoulder.

 

We take a science-based whole body approach in our treatments, which are relaxing and effective.

 

The clinical massage therapist will use tools like Myofascial release and trigger point work among others to obtain significant results in 1-6 sessions.

 

We tend to see an 80% increase in range of motion and a decrease in pain by week 6, although this is different in every person and may resolve sooner or require further treatment

 

1 hr length appointments

“If this is your presentation select Clinical massage as your choice of treatment. The therapist will go through a consultation during the first session where you can mention this.” 

£65

Frozen shoulder treatment

Frozen shoulder treatment in Brighton & Hove

frozen shoulder treatment

At Inside we use Clinical massage and the Shoulder Girdle Pain Protocol together with myofascial release as a proven effective treatment method for frozen shoulder.

 

We take a science-based whole body approach in our treatments, which are relaxing and effective.

 

The clinical massage therapist will use tools like Myofascial release and trigger point work among others to obtain significant results in 1-6 sessions.

 

We tend to see an 80% increase in range of motion and a decrease in pain by week 6, although this is different in every person and may resolve sooner or require further treatment

 

1 hr length appointments

“If this is your presentation select Clinical massage as your choice of treatment. The therapist will go through a consultation during the first session where you can mention this.” 

£65

frozen shoulder assessment

Frozen shoulder treatment Brighton

Our treatment for Frozen shoulder explained

During the first session, the clinical massage therapist will assess what is the best treatment for your frozen shoulder presentation and will do continuous assessment and adjustments throughout the duration of the treatment cycle.

 

The therapist will carry out a postural assessment as well as range of motion assessment and pain assessment when needed in order to choose the appropriate treatment plan for you in each session.

 

The treatment method consists of advanced myofascial release techniques, trigger point work and advanced stretching techniques, combined and executed using a whole body approach whereby the whole body is considered as one interrelated unit and included in the treatment as necessary.

 

Using the Shoulder Girdle Protocol, the therapist’s focus will be the release and mobilisation of key muscles and structures that surround the shoulder joint as well as the release and mobilisation of secondary structures that might be contributing to the presentation or lack of mobility of the joint.

 

We tend to see an 80% increase in range of motion and a decrease in pain by week 6, although this is different in every person and may resolve sooner or require further treatment.

 

Our treatment for Frozen shoulder explained

frozen shoulder assessment

During the first session, the clinical massage therapist will assess what is the best treatment for your frozen shoulder presentation and will do continuous assessment and adjustments throughout the duration of the treatment cycle.

 

The therapist will carry out a postural assessment as well as range of motion assessment and pain assessment when needed in order to choose the appropriate treatment plan for you in each session.

 

The treatment method consists of advanced myofascial release techniques, trigger point work and advanced stretching techniques, combined and executed using a whole body approach whereby the whole body is considered as one interrelated unit and included in the treatment as necessary.

 

Using the Shoulder Girdle Protocol, the therapist’s focus will be the release and mobilisation of key muscles and structures that surround the shoulder joint as well as the release and mobilisation of secondary structures that might be contributing to the presentation or lack of mobility of the joint.

 

We tend to see an 80% increase in range of motion and a decrease in pain by week 6, although this is different in every person and may resolve sooner or require further treatment.

 

What is Frozen shoulder

True frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, involves the inflammation, thickening and tightening of the shoulder capsule (connective tissue that surrounds the joint) 

 

There are, occasionally, certain conditions with similar symptoms that also get diagnosed as frozen shoulder. 

 

Clinical massage has shown to produce very positive results in the treatment of both true frozen shoulder and these other conditions with similar symptoms.

 

While we don’t know very well why frozen shoulder develops in certain people, there are some risk factors like:

 

Age and Sex: People 40 and over particularly women are more likely to develop frozen shoulder.

 

Inmobility or poor mobility of the shoulder for a prolonged time: This might be due to a rotator cuff injury, a broken arm, recovery from injury, a stroke or a computer job. 

 

Systemic diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, tuberculosis hyper or hypothyroidism, Parkinson’s…

 resentation.

 

Frozen shoulder is a condition that requires patience and perseverance. Signs and symptoms typically develop gradually, worsen over time and resolve if left untreated usually within one to three years.

 

What is Frozen shoulder

Clinical massage brighton

True frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, involves the inflammation, thickening and tightening of the shoulder capsule (connective tissue that surrounds the joint) 

 

There are, occasionally, certain conditions with similar symptoms that also get diagnosed as frozen shoulder. 

 

Clinical massage has shown to produce very positive results in the treatment of both true frozen shoulder and these other conditions with similar symptoms.

 

While we don’t know very well why frozen shoulder develops in certain people, there are some risk factors like:

 

Age and Sex: People 40 and over particularly women are more likely to develop frozen shoulder.

 

Inmobility or poor mobility of the shoulder for a prolonged time: This might be due to a rotator cuff injury, a broken arm, recovery from injury, a stroke or a computer job. 

 

Systemic diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, tuberculosis hyper or hypothyroidism, Parkinson’s…

 resentation.

 

Frozen shoulder is a condition that requires patience and perseverance. Signs and symptoms typically develop gradually, worsen over time and resolve if left untreated usually within one to three years.

 

 

“Although we love our clients our goal is to see you walking out of the clinic fully recovered as quick as possible. We give you tools to become more independent and more confident in self-managing your musculoskeletal system ” 

 

“We want you to feel good and achieve the maximum functionality that your body is capable of ” 

“We hold the highest level of qualification in the uk”

“We always work towards obtaining measurable results ” 

 

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