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Mobilization Techniques in the Treatment of Frozen Shoulder

What is a “Frozen Shoulder?”

Frozen shoulder syndrome entails the progressive loss of both passive and active motion. It’s cause(s) (etiology) is not well understood, although significant risk factors include age, posture, diabetes, presence of neck pain, and sedentary work. In a frozen shoulder, the covering of the shoulder joint, called the joint capsule, becomes inflamed, very painful, and tightens up around the shoulder.  An article was published in the October issue of Physical Therapy comparing mobilization techniques in the treatment of frozen shoulder.

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Insurance Network Questions

Do You Accept ____ Insurance?

As a general rule we accept all forms of health and auto insurance. However, there are certain networks to which we cannot gain membership.  We encourage providers to refer patients based on the high quality of care they receive in our clinics, regardless of insurance status. Read more

Therapeutic Exercise – Terms Defined

These are a few of the most common terms used to describe therapeutic exercise

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Therapeutic Exercise – What Is It?

Therapeutic Exercise is Prescribed Exercise

Each component of prescribed exercise is targeted specifically to change some parameter of function within your body. A parameter of function may be flexibility, range of motion, strength, muscular, or cardiovascular endurance.

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