Management of chronic shoulder pain with restricted mobility
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Chronic shoulder pain accounts for 20%-50% of all musculoskeletal problems.Common aetiologies for unilateral shoulder pain include inflammation, degeneration or/and painful myofascial trigger points (MTrPs) which are independent of subacromial pathology.The current treatment of latent MTrPs includes physiotherapy, acupuncture, dry needling, injection of botulinum toxin, steroids and/or local anaesthetics.We present a case series of three patients with chronic shoulder pain, in which trigger point injection (TPI) and pulsed radio frequency (PRF) under ultrasound guidance (USG) improved analgesia and functional outcome...

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