Effectiveness of Mobilization with Conventional Physiotherapy in Frozen Shoulder: A Systematic Review
Keywords:Mobilization, Frozen shoulder, Exercise, Shoulder pain, Glenohumeral Joint.
Background: The term “capsulitis” or “frozen shoulder” refers to a common shoulder condition characterized by the global restriction in the shoulder range of motion in a capsular pattern. The capsular pattern in the shoulder is characterized by most limitation of passive lateral rotation and abduction. Aim: To determine the recent research evidences for the effectiveness of mobilization along with conventional therapy in frozen shoulder patients. Method: This review includes randomized controlled trails (RCTs). Searching done by Google Scholar, PubMed and Pedro from 2010 to 2019. We used terms like- frozen shoulder, mobilization, manipulation, exercise, shoulder pain and physiotherapy management. Result: Present outcomes shows that mobilization along with conventional therapy is effective technique in reducing pain and increasing Range of motion (ROM) in frozen shoulder patients without adverse effects. The search resulted in 50 articles but only 05 articles were selected for the study based on criteria. Conclusion: Mobilization program with conventional therapy designed for frozen shoulder treatment can be more effective in increasing shoulder ROM and reducing pain.
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