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Is there any exercise which can be done in shoulder locking ?

I had to ask problem faced by my mother whose age is 65. She is suffering from should lock on her left shoulder . She cannot move her left arm properly and if tries to move lot of pains happens to her. This is happening from last two years .. and now its really hurting her. Kindly advise me what type of treatment is available for the above shoulder locking ? what are the medicines or pain killers available ? Is there any exercises which can be done by mother? she is not diabetic and had no previous medical history .
Asked On : Sun, 3 Apr 2011
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist 's  Response
as u have stated the prob of ur mother, it can be adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) or else it can due to any soft tissue injury around the shoulder joint.
its necessary to investigate the shoulder..
u have to take physiotherapy treatment for this and few more exercises to follow..
Answered: Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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Thanks. Doctor !!! As I resides in Delhi . Can you suggest some good physiotherapist or physiotherapist in Delhi.

Also is this problem is related to Gastric .. Because what my mother says is that she gets relief when gases go out from her mouth & her left shoulder becomes active.

Thanks and Regards
Kamlesh Chitre
Answered: Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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