Arthritis

Systemic arthritis attacks the synovial membrane that covers the cartilage of the joints and secretes a lubricating fluid: the synovium. This fluid allows the joints to move without pain. Systemic arthritis can affect: hands, feet, shoulders, knees, elbows or wrists. Sytemic arthritis occurs when the patient’s immune system races, causing a cascade of reactions that […]

Adhesive Capsulite

The adhesive capsulitis appears as a pain often very intense on the shoulder accompanied by a loss of amplitude of marked movement. It is divided into three phases, which can be spread over more than 2 years. The first is the painful phase, the second phase is the “frozen” phase and the last phase is […]