Shoulder Joint Hydrodilation
The shoulder joint is very complex. Orthodox treatment is often slow with poor outcome especially for a frozen shoulder diagnosis.
Shoulder joint hydrodilation involves:
- Real-time ultrasound guidance for needle placement in the main joint capsule of the gleno-humeral joint.
- Injecting a solution of 8-10mL of usually 25% Dextrose with 1% local anaesthetic effectively stretching the joint capsule, as well as allowing the humeral head to free up from any adhesions.
- The dextrose solution also has the effect of stimulating the glenohumeral ligaments to regenerate. (see prolotherapy)
Dr. Michael Mock
Dr. Sue Leong
- diagnostic model
- trigger point injection & muscle energy release
- ligamentous & fascial release
- joint manipulation & release
- platelet rich plasma
- joint injection
- muscle scar tissue hydrodissection
- shoulder joint hydrodilation
- real-time ultrasound core training
- prescriptive exercises
- breathing dysfunction & capnotrainer