Shoulder roughness treatment
Shoulder joint explanation
The shoulder joint is the most extensive joint of the body in the range of motion so that a person can use the upper limb naturally. As a result of this expanded range of motion, the shoulder joint is one of the least stable and the most vulnerable to injuries. The shoulder joint (like other joints) is prone to joint diseases such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
The shoulder joint consists of where the top of the humerus meets the right of the plate joint. And this joint is surrounded by a case supported by several integrated ligaments to maintain the stability of the joint. And several muscles control the movement of the shoulder joint, as these muscles work in harmony to ensure the smoothness of the movements of this joint and the breadth of its range.
Shoulder roughness complications
This roughness occurs either as a result of old injuries (such as fractures) or as a result of frequently neglected injuries such as repeated dislocations of the shoulder joint. This roughness may occur primarily (without apparent reason) as a result of genetic or environmental factors.
But it is rare to get in the shoulder. When it occurs, it progresses slowly, but usually with the formation of bone spurs, which are often large in size.
Causes of shoulder roughness
Initial settlement: There is no clear cause and it is rare
Secondary age: resulting from an old injury, repeated dislocation or joint fracture, as well as secondary aging due to shoulder tendon rupture, which is a special case of articular aging.
Severe pain in the shoulder joint when moving the joint, as well as pain during the night.
The pain is all over the shoulder area and may extend to the back, upper arm, and elbow.
Limited mobility in the joint
The level of movement in the joint begins to gradually decrease and slow down, as well as weakness and the function of the shoulder gradually decreases.
Also, the patient cannot lie on the same side.
3- Most patients use painkillers and inflammatory preservatives for a long time, possibly years.
Conservative treatment is successful in cases of mild stiffness in the shoulder joint. ,
It aims to reduce pain, maintain joint range of motion, strengthen muscles, and improve function.
It consists of:
And re-movement exercises.