Last updated on May 22nd, 2023 at 01:20 pm

Categories: Acupuncture

by Dr Qian

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by Dr Qian

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Last updated on May 22nd, 2023 at 01:20 pm

What is a Frozen Shoulder

A frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint. It occurs when the capsule of connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint becomes inflamed and tight, leading to reduced mobility of the shoulder. 

Symptoms typically begin gradually and worsen over time, with pain radiating from the affected area into other parts of the body. Treatment usually involves physical therapy exercises to restore range of motion and anti-inflammatory medications to reduce inflammation. In some cases, surgery may be necessary if other treatments have not been successful.

What is TuiNa?

TuiNa is an ancient Chinese therapeutic massage technique that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years. It is based on the principles of TCM, which states that a balanced Qi flow through the body is essential to overall health and well-being. 

The massage technique works to improve circulation, reduce tension, and promote relaxation. TuiNa uses rhythmic compression along energy channels of the body known as meridians. It includes pushing, kneading, rolling/pressing and rubbing techniques with varying levels of intensity depending on the condition being treated. 

Additionally, acupressure points may be incorporated into treatment to further stimulate circulation and balance energy flow throughout the body. TuiNa provides relief from pain, stiffness or discomfort associated with a variety of conditions including headaches & migraines; neck & shoulder pain; low back pain; sciatica; sports injuries; carpal tunnel syndrome; digestive issues and more.

How Can TuiNa treatment for frozen shoulder work?

TuiNa has been used for centuries to restore the balance of qi, or energy, in the body. This ancient form of bodywork can be used to treat many ailments and conditions, including frozen shoulders. 

The goal of TuiNa is to improve circulation and relieve tension in the affected area. Its unique combination of kneading and pressing helps relax tight muscles that may be causing pain or restricted movement in your shoulder joint. The massage also encourages better lymphatic drainage, which helps reduce swelling and inflammation associated with frozen shoulder syndrome. 

When applied correctly, TuiNa can help release tightness from around the shoulder joint and encourage a healthy range of motion within it. During a session, your therapist will use their thumbs, palms and fingers to apply pressure on certain points along your back as well as around your neck, shoulders and arms where tension is most likely stored up due to immobility caused by a frozen shoulder condition. 

TuiNa can also be beneficial for increasing relaxation throughout the entire body which can help alleviate stress-related symptoms like anxiety or insomnia that may have been contributing factors towards developing frozen shoulder syndrome in the first place. 

By improving circulation throughout your whole body during treatment sessions you should notice an overall improvement in your health. Additionally, TuiNa can help improve circulation in your shoulder area, which can help to reduce inflammation and stiffness. This is especially important for those suffering from frozen shoulders as it can be difficult to move the arm due to pain and lack of flexibility. 

TuiNa focuses on applying pressure in certain areas of your body to target specific points that are connected with the affected area; this means that treatment sessions will usually involve massage techniques such as pinching and pressing along with stretches and joint movements. 

These techniques are designed to loosen any tightness in the muscles surrounding the affected area, increase range of motion, reduce inflammation and improve circulation throughout your whole body – all helping you on your way back to a pain-free life!

At Bien Jn Dr Qian has treated a number of patients suffering from frozen shoulders. 100% of those treated walked out of the clinic with the ability to move the arm that was affected.

TuiNa Treatment for Frozen Shoulder in Crouch End

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