Are you or someone you know experiencing frozen shoulder?

Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capulitis, is stiffness, pain, and limited range of movement in your shoulder. It often occurs after you’ve sustained an injury. It can also sometime present as a side effect from diabetes or a stroke. Frozen shoulder can be extremely painful and can really limit your mobility. Frozen shoulder Pain occurs when the joint capsule becomes stiff and scar tissue forms around the joint. When this scar tissue forms, movements are then difficult and very painful. The condition progresses slowly and without treatment, it can last several years.

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Most often, this condition occurs after an injury or surgery. It actually presents more often in women than men and happens frequently in those who have chronic diseases.

So you have frozen shoulder, what now?

Auburn Chiropractic can help relieve your frozen shoulder. Once you come in, we will be able to diagnose your injury (an X-ray may be done), to ensure your symptoms aren’t from another condition. Treatment will be through distinct chiropractic adjustments. We also will give you stretching and rehab exercises you can do at home to help relieve the pain. Chiropractic care can considerably reduce pain and hopefully remove it from occurring again.
Are you experiencing pain, discomfort, or decreased mobility? Whatever the cause is an auto accident, sports injury, or other, you should seek chiropractic care. This care is 100% natural and has many benefits. We are providing chiropractic services in Hermiston , Benton City and Burbank. You can visit us at these places.

If you have any questions about Frozen Shoulder or another pain you’re currently experiencing, don’t hesitate to contact our office at 509-596-1288 today.