What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis is a common source of shoulder pain, affecting 3% of the population causing loss of shoulder function and stiffness as a result of inflammation of the shoulder capsule and fibrotic adhesions.
Gabie comes from the country town of Dubbo which is about 5 hours north west of Sydney.
Her passion for chiropractic comes from many years of interest in health and the human body as well as
personal experiences with chiropractic treatment. She has a passion for health and the benefits that
chiropractic has on the body. Gabie has attended courses in Thompson Technique and Dry Needling to help
expand her knowledge within the field.
Frozen shoulder is a condition that is not well understood and it is often suggested in the research that frozen shoulder is multifactorial. There are some risk factors for developing frozen shoulder including; age – generally individuals over the age of 40 years, females, individuals with a history of shoulder conditions or injuries, and people who have diabetes, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, cardiovascular diseases or Parkinson’s.
There are three stages associated with Frozen Shoulder;
At Essential Health Centre, treatment goals will be aimed at reducing pain, inflammation and irritation of the shoulder joint as well as nearby structures including the neck and back. Improving mobility and stability of the joint are also major factors our chiropractors address through the use of safe, gentle effective treatments such as soft tissue work, mobilisations, taping, exercises and adjustments. Speak to one of our Chiropractors today 02 8411 1024 or email@example.com
2/274 Pennant Hills Rd, Thornleigh, NSW, 2120
We're located on the corner of Pennant Hills Rd and Railway Pde with the entrance just round the corner on Railway Pde. It's a 3min walk from the door of the train at Thornleigh station or an equally short walk over the foot bridge from Aldi.