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Frozen shoulder after accident. No progress after physiotherapy. Treatment option?

dear Dr i have complain from last six month about both side shoulders pain when moved back side as road accident now i feel more pain ,my Dr said due to your shoulders are frozen and please go for physiotherapy same in process last nine days still no progress.i have no sugar no hyper patient my age about 48.please be any good advise for me. thanks Hameedullah.
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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hello and welcome to the forum,
thank you for your consultation.

from your description i have understood that you are suffering from frozen shoulder.
i can understand the pain you are suffering and the disabling effect it is having on you,.
the best treatment for this is physiotherapy with some pain killers, you can take steroidal injections in the joint by some good orthopedician when the pain is not subsiding .last will be an interventional surgery.

physiotherapy gives a slow result but is the best treatment for the condition,. you need to be patient and continue with the treatment.

take care.
Answered: Mon, 21 May 2012
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