Adhesive Capsulitis

The role of the CNS in frozen shoulder diagnoses

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Written by Sandy Efflandt
Updated over a week ago

From the CTB™ perspective, the diagnosis and assumption of adhesive capsulitis is very suspect due to the fact that most medical practitioners do not recognize the role of trigger points and muscles in generating the experience of pain. The basic injury/inflammation-centric worldview offers little useful guidance for helping with the issue. We understand the protective role of the CNS that underlies most of the frozen shoulder diagnoses we have seen. Our approach works directly with the CNS and addresses the perpetuating factors that lead to upregulation and reduction of pain-free mobility.

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