The condition known as frozen shoulder causes a gradual reduction in the mobility of the shoulder joint and intense pain.
Over time, the shoulder becomes stiff, making everyday activities difficult and painful.
If the treatment for this condition is delayed, it eventually leads to the inability to rotate the shoulder in any direction.
At Fizionova, we implement an innovative protocol for treating frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis).
With the use of modern equipment and physical therapy methods, you will forget about the pain and stiffness in your shoulder.
RECOGNIZE THE SYMPTOMS OF FROZEN SHOULDER
Shoulder injury can lead to freezing
Pain is a direct result of severe inflammation.
Synovial fluid is located in the joint capsule, and its main purpose is to lubricate the shoulder joint during movement.
When this fluid is produced in reduced amounts, there is increased friction in the periarticular tissue.
The tissue becomes less elastic and changes its structure, leading to gradual freezing.
Some of the main symptoms of this uncomfortable condition include:
- severe shoulder pain
- pain in the shoulder and neck
- pain in the shoulder and arm
- pain in the right shoulder blade and shoulder
- shoulder pain at night
- pain in the elbow and shoulder
The intensity of the pain is high and can travel down the arm to the hand. Pain relief pills for frozen shoulder often do not help at this stage.
Therefore, timely consultation with a specialist is extremely important.
Our Protocol 605 PAHS treats frozen shoulder
Fizionova Center has a specifically designed and customized treatment protocol for frozen shoulder.
Treatment Program for Frozen Shoulder
Relieve stiffness and pain through three phases of treatment.
Before conducting any therapeutic procedure, it is necessary to undergo a specialist examination with a physiatrist in our spinal centre.
During the specialist examination, you will discuss your symptoms and complaints with Dr. Jelena Kluz Đurđević, a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Based on relevant documentation and a physiatric examination, the extent of the damage will be determined, and an official diagnosis will be made.
After the examination, the doctor will propose the exact treatment protocol and agree with you on the commencement of therapy.
Our renowned Protocol 2 for treating cervical syndrome consists of the following 9 therapeutic procedures:
- Spinal decompression Tritton DTS Chattanooga
- Kinesiotherapy and RSQ1 electrostimulation therapy
- Cold laser
- Combined therapy with ultrasound and TENS technique
- Hypobaric therapy
- IMS intramuscular stimulation
- Myofascial release (MFR)
- Radial waves
- Focused shockwaves (FSWT)
Our team of experts in our spinal centre will ensure that your health improves in the shortest time possible.
The therapeutic process at Fizionova doesn't end immediately after completing the treatment.
It is necessary to monitor the patient's condition in the next month to ensure that a satisfactory effect has been achieved.
Our team will be available to provide proper support and detailed instructions on preventive measures.
In addition, you will receive an exercise plan that you can perform independently at home to prevent the condition from recurring.
Our physiotherapist will explain the exercise process in detail for you to apply at home.
The first follow-up examination will be scheduled for one month after the completion of the therapeutic process.
Using Innovative Methods
Recovery and treatment of this uncomfortable condition can take a long time, but there is a solution for frozen shoulder.
However, the recovery process at Fizionova is significantly shorter due to the application of modern methods.
Improvement in health and reduction in pain can be felt after the first few treatments.
SCHEDULE A PHYSIATRIST'S EXAMINATION
Dr Jelena Kluz-Đurđević, a specialist in physical medicine
After a conversation with the patient, Dr. Jelena will conduct an examination to obtain a more comprehensive view of your health status, helping to determine whether it's an injury or a diagnosis.
The examination lasts for 30 minutes and includes:
You can also schedule an examination outside working hours or if you can't reach us by phone by filling out this online form: