Frozen Shoulder

One-On-One, Frozen Shoulder Physical Therapy
Long-term, Effective Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

This place is great. Professional, friendly and they get the job done. I came in with a hurt shoulder and, being a hairdresser, needed it fixed quick. I saw Jay twice a week for about a month and felt better than before my injury. I thought pain was normal! Now I know different. I would recommend Therapydia to anyone needing physical therapy.

– Christopher W.

After going to many doctors, Jason understood the importance of healing my shoulder quickly. He was easy to talk to and he gave me exercises that were very effective. I healed quicker than I thought and I was back to volleyball in no time. Jason is amaze balls! (awesome)

– Reed P.

Jay is the best physical therapist in town! I had a couple car accidents that messed up my neck and shoulder and gave me chronic migraines. He was able to get me back on track. I was able to lift heavy and do Crossfit pain free in a very short amount of time, as well as significantly reducing my migraines. I highly recommend him and send all of my clients to him. You will not be disappointed his team is great, very educated and everyone at the clinic knows what they are doing.

– Megan B.

Frozen Shoulder Relief

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, causes stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint that is lubricated by synovial fluid and is surrounded by strong connective tissue called shoulder capsule.

Frozen shoulder occurs when there is a lack of synovial fluid between the upper arm bone and shoulder blade causing scar tissue to build up in the shoulder capsule. The scar tissue takes up more room in the shoulder joint which leads to a decrease in the shoulder range of motion and stiffness. Frozen shoulder makes it difficult to do simple movements such as lifting one’s arm overhead and becomes more painful at night and can disrupt sleep.

3 Stages

    Frozen shoulder typically develops in three stages and each stage may last 3-4 months.

    Common symptoms are:

    • 1. Freezing stage: Any movement of your shoulder causes pain, and your shoulder’s range of motion starts to become limited.
    • 2. Frozen stage: Pain may begin to diminish during this stage. However, your shoulder becomes stiffer, and using it becomes more difficult.
    • 3. Thawing stage: The range of motion in your shoulder begins to improve.

    It is recommended to see a physical therapist before it develops into the frozen stage. Physical therapists will help improve your shoulder range of motion in all directions including extension, rotation, flexion, adduction and abduction.

Why PT?

    Physical therapy can help you recovery more quickly and for the long-term, regardless of what stage you’re in.

    • 1. Freezing stage treatment:Through manual therapy and a custom exercise program, our physical therapists will help maintain your range of motion and reduce any pain you may be feeling. Heat and ice can help relax the muscle prior to doing exercises.
    • 2. Frozen stage treatment: We will take a more aggressive approach and utilize manual therapy techniques to mobilize the shoulder joint to improve your range of motion. During each visit, we will work on increasing your range of motion across all directions and prescribe exercises that will gradually help you move without pain.
    • 3. Thawing stage treatment: We want to help you get back to the activities you love doing, pain-free. During this stage, we will continue to utilize manual therapy techniques and develop additional exercises to get your range of motion back to normal.

About Therapydia Portland

Better Physical Therapy Experience

At Therapydia Portland, our physical therapists offer one-on-one, hands-on frozen shoulder treatment. You’ll spend your entire with one of our expert therapists – we won’t hand you off to a PT assistant or aide. We’ll help you understand what’s causing your pain, what you can do to relieve your pain and ways to prevent reoccurring injuries. Best of all, you’re covered. Therapydia works with and provides billing for most PPO insurance groups and Medicare. We also accept cash-based payments.

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    Clinic Director
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    Physical Therapist
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    Physical Therapist

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