Adhesions in the Shoulder
In , the shoulder capsule thickens, swells, and tightens due to bands of scar () that have formed inside the capsule. As a result, there is less room in the for the , making movement of the shoulder stiff and painful.
About Adhesions in the Shoulder Joint
connect the different in our bodies. In the , the rounded end of the in the upper () into a socket in the (). This “” is surrounded by a strong fibrous membrane called the .
In , scar-like form in the , causing it to thicken. Inflammations are believed to play a major role here, but it is not entirely clear what happens. In most cases no underlying cause is found for frozen shoulder.
In rare cases it may develop following an accident, an or immobilization of the , for example after surgery. It is then referred to as “secondary” …