Facing trouble or pain while lifting your arm? This might be a case of frozen shoulder. A frozen shoulder occurs in an individual when the shoulder joint becomes too stiff or painful making it difficult for the individual to make it rise above your head. Such a condition is clinically called adhesive capsulitis. This usually restricts the area of motion for the arm and occurs due to the tightening or inflamed ligaments that attach the shoulder bones to each other.
Read on to know several massage therapy techniques that can help reduce and cure a frozen shoulder.
People usually in the age group of 40 to 60 years show symptoms of frozen shoulder. The causes are varied and the initial symptom starts from a shooting pain in the shoulder region followed by a spasm or the “freezing” point where the joints turn stiff. Such conditions require daily exercises and massage therapies to improve the condition.
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