Frozen Shoulder Artery Embolization

Doctor and patient
May 7, 2024
Frozen Shoulder Artery Embolization
Dr. Omar Said

For those dealing with frozen shoulder syndrome, every movement can be agony, every night sleepless with discomfort. Not anymore with the Frozen Shoulder Artery Embolization (FSAE), offering a pathway to liberation from the shackles of pain and immobility. Let's discuss the FSAE more in detail.

Understanding FSAE:

FSAE is a groundbreaking procedure designed to target the root cause of frozen shoulder syndrome with precision and efficacy. Through a minimally invasive approach, interventional radiologists navigate a catheter to the arteries surrounding the shoulder joint. Once in position, the radiologist makes a simple injection to the inflamed tissues, removing inflammation and alleviating pain at the source.

Reclaiming Restful Nights:

For many individuals battling frozen shoulder syndrome, finding respite in sleep can feel impossible. The persistent ache and lack of mobility disrupts sleep patterns, leaving those in pain tired and frustrated. FSAE offers hope for these patients with many reporting significant improvements in sleep quality post-procedure. By reducing pain and inflammation, FSAE enables people to finally have restful nights.

Embracing Life:

The FSAE opens doors to a world of newfound mobility and freedom. Imagine once again relishing in activities once cherished but sidelined by shoulder pain. Whether it's swinging a golf club with finesse, rolling a perfect strike in bowling, or simply reaching for the top shelf without hesitation, FSAE empowers individuals to reclaim the activities that bring joy and fulfillment.

A Personal Journey:

Take, for example, John, an avid golfer whose passion was dampened by the relentless pain of frozen shoulder syndrome. After undergoing FSAE, John experienced a remarkable transformation. No longer burdened by the agony of each swing, He found himself back on the green.

Insurance Coverage: The FSAE procedure is covered under most insurance plans including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare, Humana and Medicare.