Get your free access to the video series "Frozen shoulder frustrations! Finding a way forward" with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist).
When your patient has severe shoulder pain that is progressively feeling more painful and stiff, you may suspect frozen shoulder. The difficulty is, in the early stages of frozen shoulder where diagnosis and management is crucial, they may not have developed a lot of joint stiffness, and may still have a reasonable range of movement. Limited range of movement is normally part of the diagnostic criteria for frozen shoulder, so how can you be confident in your diagnosis in these early stages, and help patients choose effective treatment?
What’s the best treatment for frozen shoulder? Should we just provide “supervised neglect” while we let nature run its course, or can we provide effective treatment that improves patients' pain and range of movement?
With this free three-part video series from Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist), you’ll incorporate the latest evidence to improve your assessment and treatment of frozen shoulder.