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Pain in back side of shoulder blade
Hi, My father, 62 years is diabetic. From the last 1 month he is having pain in the back side of the shoulder blade on his left arm. He has taken OTC pain killers, but that did not help much.
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Can be muscular pain secondary to prolonged holding of mobile and or any other activities involving the shoulder (driving, laptop etc.)
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work in ergonomic manner and appropriate stretching exercises
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Hello Practo User, Don't neglect his problem. Please consult a Orthopaedic doctor as soon as possible. Earlier treatment.. better results.
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This may be frozen shoulder: 1. Diabetes control is must.(fbs-70-110mg/dl). 2. Pendulum and Range of movements exercises of shoulder to be done. 3. Moist hot compression 5 minutes, thrice daily.for 3 weeks. 4. Consider intrarticular injection of depomedrol if pain does not permit exercise. 5. Review at 3 weeks/SOS .
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