Acupuncture for Frozen Shoulder
This treatment is ancient and traditional Chinese remedy to balance and enhance the flow of energy called Chi throughout your body. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles that are inserted into the skin and can be manually moved or electronically manipulated. It diverts pain and spasm messages from the brain to relieve the symptoms of a frozen shoulder and elevate movement. The treatment is painless, and the needles are in place for 15-40 minutes.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Frozen Shoulder
This is the use of electrical currents into the key points of the nerve pathway which are given through electrodes stuck the skin. It stimulates the release of the body’s natural painkiller called endorphins and may block the fibres that carry pain impulses and messages. TENS can relieve pain and increase movement.
Massage Therapy for Frozen Shoulder
Using massages as a treatment for a frozen shoulder can increase the blood circulation into the shoulder and also reduces the formation of scar tissue. It can reduce the stiffness of the muscle. Massage treatments might include a deep tissue massage to release scar tissue or adhesions, trigger point therapy to stop spasms, Swedish massage to reduce tension and stress in the muscles, or heat therapy to relax muscles.
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