Frozen Shoulder Treatment: Perineural Injection & PRP
Frozen Shoulder Treatment Program
- Perineural Injection
- Platelet Rich Plasma
April 15th, 2019
Today, we are presenting a case on a patient who came to me about six months ago with a frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis with nerve pain going into the right arm. Range of motion of the shoulder was only 80 to 90 degrees of flexion and she has very limited internal and external rotation.
Perineural Injection/PRP Treatment Program
We put her through a treatment course of perineural injection techniques to deactivate the nerve pain in the shoulder and arm. We then did injections into the shoulder, also known as hydrodistention with anesthetic and ozone followed by gentle manipulation under anesthesia. We followed this with treatments with PRP to the shoulder.
Positive Patient Outcome
We combined this with a physical therapy program and now six months later the patient has shoulder range of motion that has returned to normal without pain in the shoulder or upper extremity. We present this case study to demonstrate the powerful tools available in the regenerative medicine field to eliminate some very difficult problems.
We present this case study to demonstrate the powerful tools available in the regenerative medicine field to eliminate some very difficult problems.
Learn more about the key pain treatments used by Dr. E. Magaziner:
- Read Case Study: Left Shoulder Bursitis With Tendinitis
- Read Case Study: Ultrasound Guided Perineural Injections For Carpal Tunnel
- Read More About PRP
Dr. Edward Magaziner has dedicated his career to helping people with pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. His focus is to use state of the art and innovative treatments to alleviate these problems. He is well known around the country in his field and is considered by many one of the top treating physicians in this region.
Website case studies are provided for educational and evaluational purposes of the available treatments offered by our office. It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.