Frozen Shoulder

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Safe

Our treatment offers less risk of complications. With targeted treatment, there’s less risk of healthy tissue being damaged.

Fast

Minimally invasive treatments require minimal recovery time so our patients can return to work and other activities sooner.

Affordable

Our treatments are covered by most insurance plans making them affordable and accessible to all.


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Bid goodbye to invasive, painful surgery for frozen shoulder and experience a new, simpler option that is safe, minimally invasive, and effective.

Our minimally invasive treatments assist you with getting free of baffling side effects and ongoing agony. From our friendly, service-oriented staff to our relaxing spa-like environment, we go the extra mile to make sure each patient feels safe, comfortable, and most importantly, confident that they are receiving the best care possible.

A frozen shoulder affects the shoulder capsule surrounding the shoulder joint. This is medically referred to as adhesive capsulitis. You may experience pain, inflammation, stiffness, and loss of range of motion of the shoulder joint. The condition may gradually worsen over time making your daily tasks extremely painful and challenging.

Frozen shoulder results in contraction of the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint and form scar tissue that causes a painful restriction in range of motion. Without proper treatment, this difficult shoulder condition can keep going for a long time.

Bid goodbye to invasive, painful surgery for frozen shoulder and experience a new, simpler option that is safe, minimally invasive, and effective.

Our minimally invasive treatments assist you with getting free of baffling side effects and ongoing agony. From our friendly, service-oriented staff to our relaxing spa-like environment, we go the extra mile to make sure each patient feels safe, comfortable, and most importantly, confident that they are receiving the best care possible.

A frozen shoulder affects the shoulder capsule surrounding the shoulder joint. This is medically referred to as adhesive capsulitis. You may experience pain, inflammation, stiffness, and loss of range of motion of the shoulder joint. The condition may gradually worsen over time making your daily tasks extremely painful and challenging.

Frozen shoulder results in contraction of the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint and form scar tissue that causes a painful restriction in range of motion. Without proper treatment, this difficult shoulder condition can keep going for a long time.

Treatment of Frozen Shoulder

It is time to end Shoulder Pain and regain Shoulder Mobility

You may try numerous treatment options, mostly without success. A frozen shoulder hardly ever requires surgery for correction and will usually resolve on its own sometime. Preserving your range of movement during this time is important. Our specialist at Zenith helps you exercise your arm during recovery.

Over the years, our frozen shoulder treatment, the procedure has helped thousands of patients treat frozen shoulder symptoms, make a full recovery and take back control of their lives. This one-day, non-surgical intervention is world-renowned for its exceptionally high success rate at “unfreezing” the shoulder capsule to provide immediate relief from shoulder pain and restore range of motion.

We are constantly refining our techniques, which has led to some innovative breakthroughs to improve patient comfort during this life-changing shoulder manipulation.

Post-Treatment, Many People Experience:

  • - Better State of Mind

  • - Enhance your overall health and restore your vitality for a lifetime.

  • - Reduced Medicines

  • - Medicine and surgery need not be the solution.

  • - Active Living

Get a Free Consultation – and Free Yourself From Frozen Shoulder!

98% SUCCESS RATE IN TREATING FROZEN SHOULDER IN JUST ONE VISIT.

Book an appointment with Dr. Gill for Neuropathy Treatment today. Call us at   (972) 210-0033.