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3 days ago

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This Saturday our physio Kristin will be attending @chrysalis_lifestyleandfitness open day in Hale Barns. Anyone who might have questions about injuries, training or conditions which might affect training please come along and have a chat and book a free consultation. Kristin will also be performing some joint injections on the day and you can book in to have this done. Give us a call on 07368 311449 to have a chat or book your consultation. ...

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6 days ago

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❄️FROZEN SHOULDER❄️
Or adhesive capsulitis which is the techincal term.
A frozen shoulder is thought to happen when scar tissue forms in the shoulder and causing the joint capsule to thicken and tighten, leaving less room for movement.
Although it is easy to diagnose, frozen shoulder does often get confused with other conditions (like impingement, subluxation and yes I’ve even had patient being told they have a fracture and shouldn’t move the shoulder 🤦‍♀️).
The cause: can sometimes be a bit of a mystery, but in this case it doesn’t matter too much, we just need to treat it!
We have 3 stages:
1. Freezing stage; shoulder is gradually becoming more stiff and painful
2. Frozen stage; the pain is settling down a bit but the stiffness is still present
3. Thawing stage; shoulder is gradually improving with more range of movement and reduced pain
It can be triggered by immobility, underuse OR overuse injury, and people with diabetes are at much more risk of getting it.
It CAN heal itself, but it can take months, years and sometimes can be permanent.
Our advice is; get treatment as soon as you can!
Timeframe: anything from 6 months to 2 years (the sooner you get treatment, the quicker it will resolve)
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#frozen shoulder #pain #capsulitis #adhesive #shoulderdoc #rehabilitation #kenalog #lidocaine #injection #manualtreatment #bodeclinic #physiotherapy #msk #injury #medicine #hydrodilatation #steroid
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1 week ago

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💗Treat someone you care about this #valentinesday2019 with a voucher for #physiotherapy or #sports #massage. What better present than a treatment to get rid of aches and pains in the neck and shoulders? 💝 And to make it even better we are offering 10% #discount for all new patient appointments FOR THE REST OF FEBRUARY 🙌🏻🍾 text ‘valentines’ to 07368 311449 and we will get in touch to sort the discount and voucher. PS. You can buy one for yourself aswell 😉 💌 ...

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3 days ago

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This Saturday our physio Kristin will be attending @chrysalis_lifestyleandfitness open day in Hale Barns. Anyone who might have questions about injuries, training or conditions which might affect training please come along and have a chat and book a free consultation. Kristin will also be performing some joint injections on the day and you can book in to have this done. Give us a call on 07368 311449 to have a chat or book your consultation. ...

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6 days ago

Bode Clinic

❄️FROZEN SHOULDER❄️
Or adhesive capsulitis which is the techincal term.
A frozen shoulder is thought to happen when scar tissue forms in the shoulder and causing the joint capsule to thicken and tighten, leaving less room for movement.
Although it is easy to diagnose, frozen shoulder does often get confused with other conditions (like impingement, subluxation and yes I’ve even had patient being told they have a fracture and shouldn’t move the shoulder 🤦‍♀️).
The cause: can sometimes be a bit of a mystery, but in this case it doesn’t matter too much, we just need to treat it!
We have 3 stages:
1. Freezing stage; shoulder is gradually becoming more stiff and painful
2. Frozen stage; the pain is settling down a bit but the stiffness is still present
3. Thawing stage; shoulder is gradually improving with more range of movement and reduced pain
It can be triggered by immobility, underuse OR overuse injury, and people with diabetes are at much more risk of getting it.
It CAN heal itself, but it can take months, years and sometimes can be permanent.
Our advice is; get treatment as soon as you can!
Timeframe: anything from 6 months to 2 years (the sooner you get treatment, the quicker it will resolve)
.
.
.
.
.
.
#frozen shoulder #pain #capsulitis #adhesive #shoulderdoc #rehabilitation #kenalog #lidocaine #injection #manualtreatment #bodeclinic #physiotherapy #msk #injury #medicine #hydrodilatation #steroid
...

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1 week ago

Bode Clinic

💗Treat someone you care about this #valentinesday2019 with a voucher for #physiotherapy or #sports #massage. What better present than a treatment to get rid of aches and pains in the neck and shoulders? 💝 And to make it even better we are offering 10% #discount for all new patient appointments FOR THE REST OF FEBRUARY 🙌🏻🍾 text ‘valentines’ to 07368 311449 and we will get in touch to sort the discount and voucher. PS. You can buy one for yourself aswell 😉 💌 ...

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