Rehab Frozen Shoulder

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Unlocking Freedom from Frozen Shoulder: Aspire Physiotherapy’s Expertise

Welcome to Aspire Physiotherapy & Sports Rehab Center, your partner in regaining mobility and freedom from the grip of frozen shoulder. Located at 81, Samaskriti, 80 feet Road (CCD Building), RMV 2nd Stage, Bengaluru – 560094, our center is committed to providing comprehensive physiotherapy solutions, with a special focus on treating and rehabilitating frozen shoulder.

Understanding Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a painful and restrictive condition that affects the shoulder joint. It often begins gradually, with mild discomfort, and progresses over time. The shoulder joint becomes stiff, making it challenging to perform everyday tasks and activities.

Our Specialization: Rehabilitating Frozen Shoulder

At Aspire, we understand the physical and emotional toll that frozen shoulder can take on individuals. Our expert team of physiotherapists specializes in the rehabilitation of frozen shoulder, helping you regain pain-free movement and improve your quality of life.

Why Choose Aspire for Frozen Shoulder Rehab?

  1. Customized Treatment Plans: We believe that every patient is unique. Our physiotherapists create personalized treatment plans tailored to your specific condition and needs. We consider factors such as the stage of frozen shoulder, your lifestyle, and your treatment goals.

  2. Hands-On Therapy: Our hands-on therapy techniques, including manual therapy and joint mobilization, play a crucial role in relieving pain and restoring shoulder mobility.

  3. Therapeutic Exercises: We prescribe a range of therapeutic exercises designed to stretch and strengthen the shoulder muscles and improve joint function.

  4. Pain Management: Our approach includes pain management strategies to ensure your comfort throughout the rehabilitation process.

Rare Facts about Frozen Shoulder

Did you know that frozen shoulder typically progresses through three stages?

  1. Freezing Stage: This is the initial stage, characterized by the gradual onset of pain and stiffness. It can last from 6 weeks to 9 months.

  2. Frozen Stage: During this stage, pain may decrease, but stiffness intensifies, making shoulder movement even more limited. This stage can last from 4 months to a year.

  3. Thawing Stage: In the final stage, shoulder mobility gradually improves, and pain subsides. This stage can last from 6 months to 2 years.

Another fascinating fact is that frozen shoulder most commonly affects individuals between the ages of 40 and 60, and it’s more prevalent in women than in men.

Engage with Us: Join the Recovery Journey

We believe that patient engagement is key to a successful recovery. To make your journey with us more engaging and informative, we invite you to share your stories, questions, and experiences with frozen shoulder on our social media platforms. Let’s learn and heal together.

Unlock Your Freedom Today

Don’t let frozen shoulder limit your life. At Aspire Physiotherapy & Sports Rehab Center, we’re dedicated to helping you regain your shoulder’s full range of motion and your freedom to move without pain. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our services.