Arthrofibrosis of the shoulder
Arthrofibrosis can also occur in the shoulder, since the shoulder joint can also be affected here, similar to the knee joint. This results in pain and restricted movement. Redness, swelling or effusion can also occur.
However, these symptoms need not occur; the most common are pain and a restriction of possible movements in the shoulder joint. The same information applies to arthrofibrosis of the shoulder as to arthrofibrosis of the knee joint in terms of diagnosis and treatment.