What is the Trigenics oat procedure?

Oolo-Austin Trigenics Manual Capsular Dissection Procedure (OAT) For Adhesive Capsulitis Frozen Shoulder. This is the world’s first safe and successful non-surgical operation which cures adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder (AC) in 1 visit.

What is Trigenics therapy?

Trigenics is a cutting-edge muscular and neurological treatment that delivers immediate results to patients suffering from physical pain syndromes and movement dysfunctions. In addition to those seeking recovery, Trigenics is also used by athletes as an effective form of strength training and conditioning.

Is Prolotherapy good for frozen shoulder?

In our clinical observations, we have seen Prolotherapy offer good results as a frozen shoulder treatment at getting the shoulder more motion, eliminating pain, and restoring the structures of the joint. Prolotherapy is the simple injection of dextrose (sugar) into the shoulder joint.

Is it OK to massage frozen shoulder?

Massage and stretching are extremely beneficial for treating frozen shoulder pain. Massage helps to relieve tension and tightness so your muscles can relax. This helps to restore mobility and improve function. It also may help improve blood flow to the affected area and reduce inflammation.

How do you sleep with a frozen shoulder?

To help you stay comfortable as you sleep, you can put a pillow under your affected arm, with your hand resting on your stomach. If you tend to sleep on your side, make sure you don’t sleep on your affected shoulder. Likewise, place your affected arm on a pillow across your chest as if hugging it.

What is the best exercise for frozen shoulder?

Cross-body reach. Sit or stand. Use your good arm to lift your affected arm at the elbow, and bring it up and across your body, exerting gentle pressure to stretch the shoulder. Hold the stretch for 15 to 20 seconds. Do this 10 to 20 times per day.

Where do they inject cortisone for a frozen shoulder?

During the first (‘painful’) stage the priority is to administer local anaesthetic and steroid into the shoulder joint. Steroid is a very effective anti-inflammatory drug and by using ultrasound guidance to carry out the injection the steroid is put directly into the joint, to ensure maximal pain relief.

What aggravates frozen shoulder?

For example, it can happen if you can’t move your shoulder very well because of an injury or surgery, or if you have diabetes, which can worsen symptoms and make them last longer. Thyroid problems, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, and certain HIV medications also seem to raise your odds of getting frozen shoulder.