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He is a diabetic patient. Recently he encountered a new problem of back pain, shoulder pain and chest pain. Its not because of cramps. Its something else. He has been working for 8 hours in his office. And he also sleeps a lot if gets time. What do you suggest
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Dr. Dimple Kapasi (PT)
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Hello, Please provide more details of symptoms. If he is sitting and working for longer hours, it can be postural pain. Ask him to sit on an economical chair with proper back support. Dr Dimple Kapasi, USA licensed Kandivali West, Mumbai
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Dr. Nikunj Chavda (PT)
Physiotherapist 9 yrs exp Vadodara
first reference should be given to cardio physician and rule out if pain is physiological origin. if clearance is given than physiotherapist consultation would help.
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Dr. Nishant Narayan (PT)
Orthopedic Physiotherapist 7 yrs exp Chennai
plz specify his age, it could be vitamin D3 deficiency and associated osteoporosis,  we should also rule out infection, does he has any recent history of weight loss,  loss of appetite or fever..?
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Dr. Gauri Karol Beharwal (PT)
Physiotherapist 11 yrs exp Mohali
back pain is not associated with diabetes, shoulder pain due to diabetes is associated with frozen shoulder.
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