Abstract
Introduction- Frozen Shoulder which is also called as Periarthritis of shoulder joint. It is commonly seen in 40-60 years of age group. When the tendon gets inflamed from a long period of time it leads to Frozen Shoulder due to involvement of Subscapularis, Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus and Teres minor muscles and marked restriction in the movements which cannot be performed by the patient itself or by the help of therapist. Moreover, injury leads to inflammation of joint capsule which lead to pain and joint stiffness. Aim and objective of this case study is to check the effect of Virtual Reality and Conventional Physiotherapy in the patient having Frozen Shoulder. Outcome Measure were Pain and functional disability measured by Shoulder disability and disability index scale (SPADI), Range of Motion (ROM) measured by Universal Goniometer, Kinesiophobia was measured through Tampa Scale of Kinesiophobia (TAMPA) and Sleeping routine was checked through Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Conclusions- Four weeks of intervention, thrice a day in a week showed marked improvement in pain, Rom, fear of avoidance, sleep quality through Virtual Reality exergaming and Conventional Physiotherapy in Frozen shoulder patient. Keywords: Virtual reality exergaming, Frozen shoulder, Pain, Function, Sleep, Tens.
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