The primary symptoms of frozen shoulder, one
of the most prevalent disorders or complaints affecting the
shoulder joint, are pain and restricted range of motion.
Several conditions, including diabetes and
hyperthyroidism, are thought to be connected to the
development of frozen shoulder. Other causes of frozen
shoulder include degeneration or stiffness of the shoulder
joint capsule tissue.
The goal of this study is to determine how well
patients with frozen shoulder may improve their
shoulder's functional capacities by combining the use of
Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) and Codman Pendulum
Exercise technique. This study aims to prove the
effectiveness of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) and
Codman Pendulum Exercise as a physiotherapeutic
approach in managing to improve shoulder functional
ability in frozen shoulder. Quasi-experimental research
with pre and post tests but no control group design is the
methodology employed. Research shows a value P = 0.000
(P<0.05) with a mean value of 13.227±4.995, which means
that the intervention of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT)
and Codman Pendulum Exercise was significant for
improving shoulder functional ability in frozen shoulder.
Keywords : Frozen Shoulder, Physiotherapy, Neuromuscular Taping, Codman Pendulum Exercise.