Frozen Shoulder Symptoms

Frozen shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) can be described by severe pain and stiffness in one of a person's shoulder joints. This shoulder condition is called frozen shoulder because the pain can get so extreme that a person does not want to move their shoulder and it cannot move past a certain point. Typically, people between the ages of 40 and 70 years old may experience frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder can occur for several reasons including injury, repeated use, and after shoulder surgery when the muscles and tissues are weak. Frozen shoulder is an extreme form of decreased mobility in the shoulder.

Patient needing frozen shoulder treatment in Laurel, Bowie, Silver Spring, and Baltimore

Chiropractic Care For Frozen Shoulder

Chiropractic care can be effective in treating frozen shoulder by adjusting subluxations to allow clear communication from the nerves to the shoulders. At AllCare Chiropractic in Laurel, Bowie, Silver Spring, and Baltimore, our chiropractors know exactly which vertebrae are connected to the shoulder and what can be done to help relieve your frozen shoulder symptoms.

To learn more about how chiropractic care can help you find pain relief from frozen shoulder, call AllCare Chiropractic in Laurel, Bowie, Silver Spring, and Baltimore at (301) 678-1010 in Laurel, (301) 701-4040 in Bowie, (301) 686-5050 in Silver Spring, or (410) 680-2040 in Baltimore to schedule a consultation today.



Includes comprehensive exam, full treatment with 2 modality therapies (Value $450).