A recent study was published that shows surgery can help frozen shoulder and that 2 year later the subjects have improved range of motion and function. Surgery isn’t the only option. My believe is that if you have surgery you are going ot need to do rehab so why not try to rehab your frozen shoulder first and see if that works. Have you tried my simple frozen shoulder treatment exercise?
Here’s more info on the study.
Results:The improvement in the range of motion after arthroscopic capsular release was considerable and statistically significant (p<0.05) compared to pre-operative values both intraoperatively and after a minimum of two years of follow-up in both groups and across all planes of movement tested. The improvement of function of the shoulder after a minimum two years following arthroscopic capsular release was significant (p<0.05) according to the Constant-Murley score (from 19.3 preoperatively to 65.9 postoperatively, 0-75) and the ASES score (from 22.8 preoperatively to 92.7 postoperatively, 0-100).
Conclusions: Arthroscopic capsular release significantly improved the range of motion and function in idiopathic and posttraumatic frozen shoulder.