Frozen shoulder steroid injection technique

Christiane… I have heard you mention “frozen shoulder” and knew you had written a blog about it at one time. This is such a bummer!! I have been virtually pain free with the exception of some minor stiffness in a Tband and hip flexor muscle, but a couple of weeks ago my entire body seemed to go into inflammation – especially my trunk. It’s hard to get out of bed in am and really takes a while for my body to get moving. I am seeing a chiropractor, exercise at a wellness center 5 days/week, eat very little sugar, watch my grain intake and use supplements. I also meditate some in am, listen to you and Hay House radio, have your books and am currently reading “Making Life Easy.” This is such a shock, although I think some of the shoulder stuff began when my husband started to sleep in the other bedroom, and when he did sleep in our bed, I would lay there so quietly so as not to disturb him.. bingo!!! Also, there are some money issues. We do have separate check books, but I feel I am covering too many of the expenses. This is getting way too long. I know the marriage is a concern for me. I am using some of Tosha’s “Change me Prayers” to give the partnership to our Divine Creator and praying for the space between us. I am also going to get Judy O.’s book she mentioned on your radio show this week with regard to empaths, because she mention something about a “shield” Wednesday. I have realized I am missing my sense of community I need, when she spoke about belonging to a 12 step program. I do also and have been going to AA for many years and so went to a meeting yesterday am. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I have thanked my Divine Creator for all the gifts of who you are. Am sure part of it is you are willing to share them and to do the work. Once when you were on Oprah and you were talking about writing down your dreams, she commented how you are really doing the work. I thought of that yesterday when I read your story about writing the love letter to your husband and sharing it with him… wow – talk about vulnerability… From my heart to yours… THANK YOU!!!

When a joint is first sprained, conservative treatment is certainly the best. Applying ice directly to the point of the shoulder is helpful to inhibit swelling and relieve pain. The arm can be supported with a sling   which also relieves some of the weight from the shoulder. Gentle motion of the arm can be allowed to prevent stiffness, and early physiotherapy is often of benefit. Occasionally a steroid injection to AC joint may speed recovery if the injury is slow to settle. Most AC Joint injuries settle within 6 months, but a small proportion of patients continue to experience pain. This is usually because the small cartilage in the AC joint may have been torn and not healed. At this stage surgery is an option - in the form of an arthroscopic AC joint excision.


Frozen shoulder steroid injection technique

frozen shoulder steroid injection technique


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