Manipulation Under Anesthesia vs. Celecoxib for Secondary Frozen Shoulder
The Effect of Manipulation Under Anesthesia for Secondary Frozen Shoulder: A Randomized Controlled TrialPain Ther. 2022 Dec;11(4): 1373-1387.
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One hundred and thirty-six patients with secondary frozen shoulder were randomized to receive manipulation under anesthesia (n=68) or celecoxib (n=68), both in addition to an exercise program. The primary outcome of interest was shoulder function as measured by the Constant-Murley Score. Secondary outcomes of interest included the McGill Pain Questionnaire containing Pain Rating Index and Pressure...
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