I have here a few exercises for frozen shoulder that you can consider doing, to help you optimize your range of motion, reduce inflammation, and eliminate pain.
The frozen shoulder condition, which is also known as “adhesive capsulitis”, happens when the joint of your shoulder has lost a large amount of its range of motion because scarring has occurred around the joint. This condition may also develop because of complications with the capsule that immediately surrounds the impacted joint.
If you have frozen shoulder, you should do exercises daily to improve it. They are relatively simple and easy movements that may have a significant positive impact on your health.
In most instances, the medical treatment for frozen shoulder involves a combination of cortisone shots, medications that reduce inflammation, and even physical therapy; however, the range of motion exercises I feature below have proven to be effective without all of the other types of treatments so be consistent and you will get relief!
These exercises improve the range of motion in your shoulder, strengthen the joint, and/or eliminate pain once and for all.
One of the easiest exercises for frozen shoulder is the towel stretch. You simply hold a towel, three feet in length, behind your back. You should hold it in a horizontal position.
For optimal results, do this exercise 20 to 25 times daily.
To do these exercises for frozen shoulder, you should stand in front of a wall, approximately ¾ of the length of your arm away.
You should do this exercise for frozen shoulder at least 10 to 25 times each day, with each arm.
This exercise is considered highly effective to relieve frozen shoulder condition. It forces you to stretch by reaching across your body. To do this exercise, you may sit or stand – it all depends on your comfort level.
It is best for you to do this exercise anywhere from 10 to 20 times daily.