Heat frequency therapy is done to reduce the pain resulting from the roughness of the shoulder joint and tendonitis. The treatment is done by passing frequency waves through a long needle that is inserted under local anesthesia into the nerve site precisely with the help of an x-ray machine. This leads to a temporary disruption in the function of the nerve and thus does not transmit the sensation of pain. The effect of heat frequency therapy relieves pain by more than 70-80%.
Injections of plasma, hyaluronic acid and growth stimulants: aim to stimulate the body's natural healing abilities. The latest treatment methods are stem cell therapy (fat injection into the shoulder joint) and platelet-rich plasma injection into the shoulder.
Injection and radiofrequency ablation of the shoulder is a minimally invasive procedure. It is done with local anesthesia, not a total anesthetic, under the guidance of interventional radiology. The procedure time ranges between 15-20 minutes, and the patient is advised to leave the hospital after one to two hours and return to normal life after 24-48 hours.