Confirmatory tests include MRI, examination under anesthesia, and arthroscopy. Ability to detect labral signs indicative of a tear is probably the least accurate test for the shoulder. An O'Brien's test can be used as well as attempts at relaxation and circumduction of the arm overhead with a posterior force stressing the anterior superior labrum. If a patient has signs of a labral tear with clicking or popping or a positive O'Brien's test, the clinician should try to determine whether the findings are associated with instability, which would have profound implications on type of treatment and recovery time.
Using Trigenics®, Dr. Oolo-Austin was the first doctor in history to develop the “therapeutic neurosummation” concept of combining resisted exercise neurology with simultaneous soft tissue muscle nerve-sensor treatment to reset brain-to-muscle communication. Since then, in over 20 years of additional clinical research, Dr. Oolo-Austin has combined specific Trigenics® principles of treatment with new advances he developed in shoulder joint mobilization. ( Evidence Based Neurological Approach to Multimodal Neurosummation the Trigenics® Decade Review ) It is this combination of unique treatment procedures that enabled Dr. Oolo-Austin to discover and develop the world’s first procedure for adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder — a procedure which safely and instantly separates the frozen shoulder adhesion to immediately open the shoulder and restore arm movement and quality of life.