对付肩周炎中医有妙招 TCM Cure for Frozen Shoulder
The incidence of suffering from frozen shoulder in the world is about 2% to 5%. The main age of onset is 40 to 70 years old, and most of them are around 50 years old. In daily life, it is common to see many middle-aged and elderly people suffering from frozen shoulder, which manifests as pain around the shoulder joint, seriously affecting the patient’s normal life and work. Although frozen shoulder is a common disease, there are many treatment methods. In addition to using analgesic and anti-inflammatory western medicine and various physiotherapy methods, it is also a good choice for patients to use appropriate Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat frozen shoulder. Especially for patients who cannot tolerate western medicine, it is particularly important and meaningful to cooperate with appropriate Traditional Chinese Medicines that have the functions of expelling wind, dehumidification, clearing arthralgia, relieving pain, invigorating liver, and kidney, etc. Today, Tak Shing Hong Health Practitioner is sharing how TCM treats frozen shoulder.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine has classified a series of symptoms of frozen shoulder into the scope of “Paralysis Syndrome”. Blood deficiency causes joint meridian dystrophy, leading to symptoms such as pain and joint movement disorders. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, among the six exogenous pathogenic factors, the pathogenic pathogenesis of wind, cold and dampness is the most important. Therefore, the pathogenesis of exogenous wind, cold and dampness causes qi and blood in the shoulder joint and its surrounding meridians. There are many cases of stagnation of blood stasis and pain. Therefore, Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment of frozen shoulder mostly considers the clinical manifestations such as the patient’s age, etiology, and the range of the pain site to dialectically treat it. Compared with western medicines such as anti-inflammatory and analgesic, Traditional Chinese Medicine is less irritating and has less side effects thus easier for patients to accept.
The Chinese Patent/OTC Medicine Jian Zhoutong Pill is composed of Chinese medicine Qianghuo, Guizhi, Qinjie, Angelica, Chuanxiong, Fangfeng, Haifengteng, Angelica, Coix Seed and Zhigancao. It can be used clinically to improve the pain of shoulder and neck muscles, joints, and the symptoms of unfavorable activities in the treatment of arthralgia caused by wind, cold, dampness, stasis and obstruction of bones, muscles, and joints. Of course, you can also use Traditional Chinese Medicine decoction for dialectical treatment. For example, you can try this Traditional Chinese Medicine: Fangfeng 15g, Qianghuo 12g, turmeric 12g, Zhigancao 10g, liangmianzhen 10g, Yuanhusuo 15g, Angelica tail 6g, Chuanxiong 6g, Pittosporum bark 20g, Panax vine 20g, Radix chinensis 20g, Shouwu Teng 20g, decoct with water, one dose a day, boil the dregs again and apply appropriate amount to the painful area. Of course, since this is not a face-to-face consultation, the medication recommendations are for reference only.
From the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine, in addition to medicinal therapy and physical therapy, the daily maintenance of patients with frozen shoulder is also very important. In daily life, patients must pay attention to keeping warm. In addition, after the joint pain is controlled, they should also properly exercise the shoulder joint to avoid joint adhesion and affect the patient’s future life.
Always consult a physician before you start using any dietary or herbal supplements.
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