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Best Treatment Modality of Frozen Shoulder
This study will compare between the effect of three treatment modalities of shoulder adhesive capsulitis to hilight the best technique to improve pain and range of motion outcome measures .Start: May 2021
Mulligan Mobilization With Laser for Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis
Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) is a condition of uncertain etiology characterized by pain and progressive loss of both active and passive shoulder motion. Shoulder pain and stiffness are accompanied by disability. It is thought that the incidence is 3 to 5% in the general population. Laser therapy is widely used for treating different musculoskeletal diseases, because of its ability to reduce pain and improve the physical function. Also, MWM when used for shoulders with limited range of motion because of pain had shown improvement in range of motion and pressure pain threshold. Previous studies have investigated the efficacy of combining different manual technique with LLLT for treating pain in some body parts. However, up till now the combined effect of MWM with LLLT for treatment of patients with shoulder adhesive capsulitis have not been investigated. So, the present randomized controlled study will be conducted to investigate the effect of adding mulligan mobilization with movement to low level laser therapy in treatment of patients with shoulder adhesive capsulitis.Start: March 2021
Dry Needling for Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis
This study evaluates the addition of dry needling to exercise as part of physical therapy for the treatment of shoulder adhesive capsulitis. There will be two groups. One will receive actual dry needling to the clinically determined shoulder / parascapular trigger points. The other group will receive a sham needle treatment to the clinically determined areas.Start: October 2020