EFFECT OF MATRIX RHYTHM THERAPY (MRT) COMBINED WITH
PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION IN FROZEN SHOULDER – A CASE REPORT, 2017

Topics: frozen shoulder, MRT, Exercises

Authors: Vijay Bhartiya, Shrikant Darade, Sandip Bhagwat, Manjumala Roy

Abstract

This case report demonstrates a combined effect of therapeutic modality MRT and physiotherapy intervention program for the treatment of frozen shoulder and reports its results. A 52 years old male working as a manager, came to yashosai hospital at physiotherapy department with complaint of pain & difficulty in movement in right shoulder joint. According to assessment grade II tenderness, hypomobility, muscle atrophy, decreased muscle strength and decreased range of motion of right shoulder joint was present. The investigation report concluded that, there was Tendinosis of Supraspinatus, Sub-acromial & deltoid bursitis, Biceps tendinosis, Osteoarthritic changes in AC joint. So according to assessment and MRI investigation suggest the case of Right Side Frozen Shoulder. After administration of MRT (Matrix Rhythm Therapy) & Physiotherapy exercise program there was reduction in pain, increase in muscle strength and range of motion.

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