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Combating Frozen Shoulder Syndrome in the Digital Age

Physiotherapy for the shoulder

In today's digital age, the prevalence of frozen shoulder syndrome, medically known as Adhesive Capsulitis, has become a concerning issue. Often linked to prolonged computer usage, this condition can greatly impact your shoulder's range of motion and overall comfort.

One of the primary culprits behind frozen shoulder syndrome among computer users is poor posture. Hours spent hunched over a keyboard and staring at a screen can lead to misalignment of the upper arms, shoulder blades, and spine. This misalignment places undue stress on the ligaments and tendons supporting the shoulder joint.

Adding to the complexity, lower back problems can further contribute to frozen shoulder syndrome. The muscles connecting the shoulder blade and pelvis can tighten due to these issues, exacerbating the limited movement and discomfort experienced in the shoulder.

While ergonomic adjustments play a significant role in preventing frozen shoulder syndrome, sometimes the solution requires more than that. Soft tissue therapy emerges as a promising approach to regain shoulder mobility and alleviate the associated pain. Through targeted exercises, massage and expert guidance, soft tissue therapists can help you break free from the constraints of a frozen shoulder.

Whether you opt for face-to-face sessions or the convenience of remote consultations, consulting a soft tissue therapist is a step toward understanding your condition and crafting a tailored treatment plan. Embrace the opportunity to reclaim your shoulder's vitality and move forward with comfort and confidence.

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