John Tyschyk: Misleading with title rehabilitation. This guy is not a licensed physical
therapist. A patient who has frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis has
follows whats called a capsular pattern. For the glenohumeral joint it is
Limited External rotation, then Abduction, and Internal rotation. No one
with true frozen shoulder would get their hand behind their back like this
demonstration. Manual therapy including joint mobilization and soft tissue
release with modalities such as heat and electrical stim are usually
beneficial. There is still quite a bit of mystery about the condition.
Why some just wake up with these symptoms and why it sometimes disappears
just as fast as it came. Good luck and visit a Physical Therapist not
youtube for this.
Trigenics Videos: TRUE
PpurpleBass: that model is friggin hot!
tantefrancine519: I was helped by my OD, my osteopathic doctor, it was painful, but he had
helped me. My frozen shoulder was caused by non exercises after mastectomy.
Also my waterbed enabled me to sleep at night. No pressure and nicely warm.
I am completely healed.
Laurie Bee: thats great but what do us Frozen shoulder peeps do who can't even lift up
our arms past our elbows or for those who can't even reach behind with a
towel? both shoulders are screwed up from a fall on my steps 7 mos. ago &
there's very little improvement. Been to 2 differant PT, doctors etc. no
improvement, each time I do PT I'm in more pain then I went in. I'm female
48 w/ history of lymphoma &PVR (yea, I'm all screwed up).. so where would I
start if I try this all at home?
vrietmet: dacht ook dat het permanent was en bovenstaande oefening gaat echt niet
helpen lol, gekraak achter oren wanneer iets losser en erg vast wanneer
wakker. het gevoel alsof schedel tussen schroefbank zit en alsof je schedel
een zak is en de knoop achter het linkeroor zit, heb beetje moeite met deze
fysio`s die wat bestudeerd hebben en denken dat het een oplossing is
terwijl zij zelf het nooit gevoeld hebben, zag zojuist The Oolo-Austin
Trigenics Frozen Shoulder Recovery Procedure (OAT), sos...
rrrrockin: abduction only 65 % due to severe dislocation and glenoid fracture -hill
sacks lesion bony bankart and perthes lesion ,,was kept in sling for 1
month due to severe pain ,,now im having trouble doing abduction excercises
w even w pully ,,,am i screwed? thanx Rob
Blog Fiend: Dude sounds like he should be selling pizzas! ...cool exercises though -
the towel stretch actually feels really good after sitting in an office
chair all day - sort of even wakes you up - better then coffee!!!
vrietmet: ik heb al 20 jaar een bevroren linker schouder, laats ging ik een keer naar
de fysio en ze zeiden dat het permanent is, kwam goed uit want was laatste
keer anders moest ik weer betalen en had geen geld, jammer dat geld zelfs
voor gezondheid gaat. wat een vreselijke handicap wat voor derden niet
zichtbaar is. deze bevroren schouder zorgt zelfs voor een stijve nek, rug,
kaak, eigenlijk een stijf schedel soort druk aan de linkerzijde, een gevoel
van een verstopte linker oor...
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, With a broken humerus you have to see a doctor. Assuming that you did
you will most likely start an exercise program 6 weeks after your fracture
and if it is completely healed. Please talk to your doc Aloha!
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, Sorry for the delay. With a clavicle fracture there is a specific
protocol to follow that would be best discussed with your doctor or
physical therapist. Mahalo, Jaco
1065Olivia: I have frozen shoulder and have been in PT for a couple weeks now. These
are very good exercises and very similiar to what they have me do, the
towel exercise is exactly one that I do. It is the hardest and most painful
but will help.
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, Thank you for responding to our video. If indeed you have been
diagnosed with Adhesive Capsulitis (the medical term for Frozen Shoulder)
and agressive manual therapy by a licensed Physical Therapist has not
helped, you may need a manipulation under anesthesia or arthroscopic
capsular release unless these treatments would be contra indicated in
consideration of your other conditions. I am sorry to hear that you have to
deal with this all at once. I hope your physician will have an answer.
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, Thanks for your comments. Adhesive capsulitis is a slow process and not
many people wake up with a shoulder that has no movements. You are right
that most people don't have that much abduction when they finally see a
doctor. In my clinic though I focus on getting people in early so these
stretches are effective and there is no need for any other more agressive
or invasive procedures. We will soon upload a video for people that indeed
have very little range of motion. Stay tuned. Mahalo, Jaco
Jaco Van Delden: The condition you describe is an indication for surgery. I wonder if you
had surgery prior to your sling use. In case you did, the surgery and sling
made your shoulder "tighter". To gently start getting your shoulder
functional, you need to see a licensed Physical Therapist. In case you did
not have surgery, please see an orthopedic surgeon for an opinion, With
Jaco Van Delden: Thanks for the comments! Have not tried selling pizza's yet. I only know
how to knead muscles, no pizza dough! Mahalo
JOHN JOHNSON: What about a broken humerus?
Jaco Van Delden: Thank you for your comments!
AbsoluteMMA101: I think I may have a frozen shoulder because I can't raise my arm all the
way up. I can't even raise it half way up. I'm almost healed from a broken
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, I appreciate your comments. It will help us taping additional videos on
"how-to" treatment. You are absolutely right that there are different
states of "Frozen Shoulder" or "Adhesive Capsulitis" and this is by no
means a one size fits all video. You definitely have a more severely frozen
shoulder for which you may need to do exercises with a wand or broomstick
while supine and receive manual therapy. Please see a licensed Physical
Therapist in your area to get that help. With Aloha,
lmaguey: Would these exercises apply to broken collarbone physical therapy, too?
Kimberly Almquist: These are stretches, not exercises, and most people with frozen shoulder
don't have nearly that much abduction. It is really discouraging for those
folks. I would suggest labeling this video "brief shoulder stretches".
Gil Mosko: The explanations were done pretty quickly, but hey--all the information is
there! Thank you for sharing this with me. My capsulitis comes and goes, I
guess from periods of inflammation that sometimes go away. But I have faith
that if I do these exercises, that I will improve. THANKS.
Jaco Van Delden: Hi, Humeral head fractures can indeed result in a frozen shoulder as you
have to take it easy at first so that you don't aggravate the fracture
site. Please talk to your doctor when you can start stretching your
shoulder aggressively. With aloha from Hawaii!