Frozen Shoulder (FS) is also known as adhesive capsulitis with unknown aetiology, which are specified by the limitation of both active, passive ROM is in the shoulder. It is most general cause of shoulder pain which effects between 2% to 5% of the common population and 10% to 20 % population with diabetes. FS is most generally looked at in women's than in males between 40-60 years of age; in 20-30% of cases, it can be both sides. The Active release technique is a non-invasive soft tissue method that simultaneously finds and separates scar tissue. In our review article, mostly all studies reported the effectiveness of the active release technique in orthopaedic conditions, but more research is needed.
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