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Frozen Shoulder

Jun 10, 2011   //   by soon   //    //  No Comments

Frozen Shoulder

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What is Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen shoulder sometime also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a common condition in which the articular shoulder capsule ligament swells and stiffen up causing immobility of the shoulder.


Symptons of Frozen Shoulder

  • Shoulder pain
  • Limited movement of the shoulder
  • Shoulder stiffness
  • Inability to raise arm

 


Causes of Frozen Shoulder

  • Over the age of 40 years old
  • Recent surgery or arm fracture
  • Suffered a stroke
  • Heart disease

 


Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

 


Self-Diagnose can bring more harm than treating it. It is good to know more about the injury but definitely not to the point of self-treatment. It will be much safer to get treated by Our Doctor, for more information or to book an appointment with Singapore Sports and Orthopaedic Clinic, you can call (+65) 6475 8011, the hotline is open 24 hours. You may also send us an enquiry for appointment.

Shoulder Pain

May 26, 2011   //   by soon   //    //  No Comments

Shoulder Pain

shoulder pain

What is Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder pain is a very annoying condition as it can make simple task like picking up an object more difficult to do. You might find it hard to use your arm or your hand. There are many reasons why you may get a painful shoulder but getting the right treatment can help. The most common cause of shoulder pain is a problem with the tendons that attach your shoulder muscles to the bone of your upper arm. More than 50% of the people who have shoulder pain also have problems with their tendons. Your shoulder is the most flexible joint in your body. But because of its wide range of movement also means that it’s easy to injure your shoulder.


Prevention for Shoulder Pain

  • Use ice and ibuprofen after exercising if you have past shoulder pain experience
  • Stretch and strengthen your rotator cuff tendons and shoulder muscles
  • If you are recovering from tendinitis, continue to perform range-of-motion exercises to avoid “frozen shoulder”

 


Signs of Shoulder Pain

  • Pain and tenderness
  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Swelling

Types of Shoulder Problem

 



Self-Diagnose can bring more harm than treating it. It is good to know more about the injury but definitely not to the point of self-treatment. It will be much safer to get treated by Our Doctor, for more information or to book an appointment with Singapore Sports and Orthopaedic Clinic, you can call (+65) 6471 2691, the hotline is open 24 hours. You may also send us an enquiry for Shoulder Pain or for an appointment or question about shoulder pain.

 

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May 22, 2011   //   by soon   //    //  No Comments