Frozen Hip Syndrome in Garden City, MI

Frozen Hip

Similar to its cousin frozen shoulder, frozen hip syndrome refers to a joint and surrounding area that is severely limited in motion and as such can reduce your quality of life. Also known as adhesive capsulitis, it is an uncommon occurrence that is best dealt with as soon as symptoms are spotted to ensure the condition does not deteriorate further.

Based in Waterford, Michigan our expert chiropractors can handle the demands of frozen hip syndrome at any stage of the condition. Whether you’ve been living with frozen hip syndrome for a long time or you’ve recently discovered the condition, you’re in a great position to get back on the road toward better health.

Unlike other conditions, frozen hip syndrome is not for life. It can be completely cured with a comprehensive care approach. At Michigan Chiropractic Specialists, Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat can create a care path for you that focuses on gently regaining motion as well as strengthening not just your affected hips, but both your hips for ongoing health and wellness.

The problem with frozen hip syndrome is not just limited to the affected side. When we have a condition that affects one half of the body, we often end up favoring the alternate side, which can result in imbalances and pain from the body being simultaneously overused and underused.

Frozen Hip Syndrome

With your frozen hip syndrome treatment, we will focus on building up a strong balance, meaning you will reduce your changes of repeat occurrences of the condition, in addition to preventing against further related conditions further along the line. But like anything that is ‘frozen,’ the thawing process has to be gentle to ensure a quality outcome.

Once you’ve reached a balanced state, your chiropractor will recommend a series of exercises to get you into the best shape of your life. Don’t let a diagnosis of frozen hip syndrome freeze you into a state of inaction – let our state-of-the-art chiropractic equipment and technology help you achieve a better quality of life.