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Adhesive capsulitis tends to occur alone and to be a long process evolving over between 12 and 24 months depending on the treatment provided.

Intervenciones fisioterapéuticas para el dolor del hombro | Cochrane

Metabolic and endocrinal diseases: The disease tends to spread in phases and when it is not treated it may even be two years before spontaneous restitution takes place. It is very important that nothing that is undertaken in general or by the physiotherapist increases the pain as this would result in a greater spasm in the joint capsule.

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Capsulitis adhesiva del hombro: tratamiento con distensión hidráulica y anestesia local

As in other joints in the human body, there is a layer which surrounds the joint as a whole forming the joint capsule and which stabilises the joint among other features. High level of triglycerides. However, it is known that it affects capsuliitis more than men and that the disorder rarely occurs in the unders or the overs.

First there is increasing pain, due to hojbro swollen capsule, and then increasingly constrained movement which compromises regular everyday actions. In the first phase the treatment will only involve pain relief with pharmaceutical resources, and physiotherapy, using pain relief techniques such as TENS Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulationultrasound scans, acupuncture, myofascial release therapy, etc.

In rare cases, surgical treatment may be used yet only in cases where capaulitis suffer limited mobility despite having undergone a long period of conservative treatment 12 months. The surgery, known as “arthrolysis”, involves a series of therapeutic actions such as capsulotomy, debridement and surgical removal of adhesions under arthroscopic control, ending with forced mobility under anaesthetics and followed up with a specific prolonged rehabilitation programme.


This is a complication of other processes: Phase I months: Later on there will be mobilization and hydrotherapy. Currently the aetiology of this complaint is not known.

The shoulder, as outlined previously, is a ball-and-socket joint which enables a great deal of mobility but also suffers from great instability. The onset of the disease is insidious and there is no known trigger factor.

Adhesive capsulitis, more commonly known as frozen shoulder, is a process which is characterised by the swelling and retraction of this joint capsule, causing pain and above all restricted shoulder movement.

There are certain factors which influence the onset of adhesive capsulitis: Prolonged immobilisation of the shoulder: Very rarely and after some time it may occur in the counter-lateral joint and never on the same side.

Bridgman identified a significant increase in adhesive capsulitis in patients with diabetes, especially in insulin-dependent patients.