Frozen Shoulder Management in Ayurveda
Experience relief from the stiffness and pain in your shoulder joints with Ayurvedic therapy for frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis. Discover a holistic approach that focuses on improving your range of motion and reducing discomfort naturally. Our specialized Ayurvedic techniques can be beneficial for individuals recovering from stroke or other medical conditions that limit arm movement, such as mastectomy.
What is a Frozen Shoulder?
Frozen shoulder is a condition characterized by the gradual onset of stiffness and pain in the shoulder joints. It typically lasts from one to three years and progresses through three stages: freezing, frozen, and thawing. During the freezing stage, even the slightest shoulder movement can cause pain, leading to a limited range of motion. In the frozen stage, pain may decrease, but the shoulder becomes increasingly stiff and difficult to use. Finally, in the thawing stage, the range of motion gradually improves.
Ayurvedic Approach to Frozen Shoulder
At our Ayurvedic center, we focus on physical therapy and personalized pain management techniques to effectively manage frozen shoulder symptoms and improve your quality of life. Our experienced therapists employ a range of Ayurvedic therapies, including shoulder exercises, physiotherapy techniques, and targeted massages. By addressing the underlying causes and promoting overall well-being, our approach aims to alleviate discomfort and enhance your shoulder’s mobility.
Ayurvedic Perspective on Frozen Shoulder
In Ayurveda, the frozen shoulder is referred to as Aphabuka, which is classified into two types. The first type is associated with dry swelling, characterized by a sensation of air racing or moving. The second type is associated with moist inflammation caused by Kapha, which can restrict the movement of vata, leading to localized pain.
Factors Contributing to Frozen Shoulder
While the exact causes of frozen shoulder remain unknown, certain factors may increase the risk of developing this condition. These include:
2. Overuse or repetitive movements, such as those involved in office jobs or physical labor
3. Diabetes or stroke history
4. Consumption of excess bitter and astringent foods
5. Prolonged exposure to wind and cold
6. Poor posture
Unlock the Benefits of Ayurvedic Health Management
Our Ayurvedic therapy for frozen shoulder focuses on holistic health management and aims to improve your range of motion without claiming a cure or treatment. By embracing the principles of Ayurveda and customizing our therapies to your specific needs, we can help you alleviate pain and restore functionality to your shoulder joints. Experience the benefits of Ayurveda and take a step towards a healthier, more active lifestyle.
Please note: The information provided here is for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Consult with a qualified healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and personalized treatment plan.
Disclaimer: Frozen Shoulder Management therapies or procedures provided by Ayurlife are non-medical, non-invasive, and non-dental services. The Ayurvedic therapeutic protocols are advised strictly after consultation with our senior consultant Dr. Lakshmi J Nair, BAMS, Government College of Ayurveda in Trivandrum, Kerala. Dr. Lakshmi J Nair, is a qualified Ayurvedic consultant with a Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), awarded by Kerala University, Kerala, India – a non-medical and non-dental qualification.