Shoulder pain is periarthritis of shoulder, can shake hands alleviate?The more careful you throw, the more pain

2022-08-02 0 By

There are a lot of old people shoulder pain think he is “50 shoulder”, heard that others can relieve shoulder pain, so go to the park a crazy jilt, the result is jilt more pain, how is this going on?Appropriately shake hands, although periarthritis of shoulder can play a certain role in relieving, but if it is not periarthritis of shoulder pain, but rotator cuff injury is not suitable, the more exercise, the greater the area of rotator cuff tear, the more serious the problem.There are many reasons for shoulder pain, such as frozen shoulder (periarthritis of shoulder), rotator cuff injury, rotator cuff calcification, acromioclavicular osteoarthritis…Frozen shoulder and rotator cuff injuries are relatively common and easy to confuse, which can be distinguished from the following aspects.Frozen shoulder: as the name implies, the shoulder feels frozen and can’t move. If you want to move, you can’t lift your shoulder with the help of others.Rotator cuff injury: After rotator cuff injury, the shoulder cannot be lifted easily by itself, but usually someone can lift your arm.Pain location different periarthritis of shoulder: the whole shoulder pain, can not find the tenderness point.Rotator cuff injury: there are obvious tenderness points, lateral shoulder pain, and radiating to the neck and upper arm, back and hand pain and pain when lifting over 60-120 degrees.Pain duration is different periarthritis of shoulder: a burst of intermittent pain, good or bad, capricious, although there is pain but can lift things.Rotator cuff injury: Pain lasts for several days, then gradually decreases, pain and lack of strength to hold things.Different sound frozen shoulder: generally no sound rotator cuff damage: click, in the lift and rotation of the upper arm will feel a sound, be helped to lift or rotate the arm can feel the sound, passive activity when the sound increased.How to relieve shoulder pain?To deal with shoulder pain, the first thing is not to rush to move, especially to avoid lifting the arm.Do relevant examination to the hospital first, see is the sort of cause, and then decide how to nurse, such ability truly conduce to recovery.For frozen shoulders, active joint movement can be helpful in relieving stiffness. Try these five actions.Shoulder pendulum training stand next to the table, bend forward, healthy hand on the table, the shoulder pain of the hand naturally droop, arm relax, slowly back and forth, left and right, swing the arm, as if the pendulum like shaking, then draw a circle, 2 groups a day, 10 times for each group.Towel stretching method Hold both ends of the towel from the back with your hands, and your arms hang down naturally. First keep the towel level, and then pull the towel up with healthy hands, so that the painful hand moves to the opposite side, just like rubbing the bath, 10 to 20 times a day.Wall climbing practice standing facing the wall, keeping a small distance from the wall, fingers on the wall, using the strength of the hand from the waist position, climb up from the bottom, until the maximum, and then slowly put the hand down, if necessary, use healthy hands to help, 10 to 20 times a day.Stand with your back against the wall, your upper arm close to your body, then clench your fist and bend your elbows. Rotate your arms outward, trying to make your back touch the wall. Repeat several times.Shoulder adduction and abduction exercise. Cross your hands at the back of your neck. Try to adduction and abduction of your shoulder joints.Management of rotator cuff Injuries For people with mild or asymptomatic rotator cuff tears, conservative treatment is an option.Oral drugs: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as celecoxib, ibuprofen, etc.Topical block injection: Injected drugs include steroids, topical anesthetics, and hyaluronic acid.Physical therapy: including ion introduction, ultrasound through therapy, nerve electrical stimulation, massage, etc.At the same time with shoulder joint function exercise.