Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, can cause pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint, limiting mobility and function. Our rehabilitation programs include gentle stretching exercises, manual therapy techniques, and progressive strengthening exercises to help restore range of motion and alleviate pain.

Surgical procedures

Most frozen shoulders get better on their own within 12 to 18 months. For severe or persistent symptoms, other treatments include

Steroid injections

Injecting corticosteroids into the shoulder joint might help decrease pain and improve shoulder mobility, especially if given soon after frozen shoulder begins.

Hydro dilatation

Injecting sterile water into the joint capsule can help stretch the tissue and make it easier to move the joint. This is sometimes combined with a steroid injection.


Surgery for frozen shoulder is rare. But if nothing else helps, surgery can remove scar tissue from inside the shoulder joint. This surgery usually involves making small incisions for small instruments guided by a tiny camera inside the joint (arthroscopy).

3 Signs of a Frozen Shoulder

Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy is a condition characterized by pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness that radiates from the neck down into the shoulder, arm, and hand. It occurs when a nerve root in the cervical spine becomes compressed or irritated, often due to a herniated disc, degenerative changes, or spinal stenosis.


At Physioflex Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Center in Mysore, we offer specialized rehabilitation services for cervical radiculopathy to help relieve pain, improve mobility, and restore function. Our comprehensive treatment approach may include:

Manual Therapy
Therapeutic Exercises

Gentle hands-on techniques such as mobilizations and soft tissue massage to reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and relieve muscle tension

 Targeted exercises to strengthen the muscles supporting the cervical spine, improve posture, and increase flexibility.  

 Modalities such as heat therapy, cold therapy, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation may be used to reduce pain, inflammation, and muscle spasm.

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