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Pain in deltoid / shoulder after workout
I am 50 years old. I started working out 5 days ago at a gym after long gap . I'm having constant throbbing pain in right shoulder/deltoid/ biceps etc. I can feel something (like trapped gas moving) from my chest down to my biceps. pls advise
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Hot Fomentation. Gentle Shoulder Stretching. Core Strengthening Exercises.
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Hi, from your information  your problem looks like an acute one, give rest, keep ice still pain persists consult an ortho doc or a good sports physio near you
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1) rest first must 2) keep ice 3) check the movements  that increase pain and try to reduce it 4) take physiotherapy  sessions like ultrasound, tens,  myofaacial release 5) learn some home exercises
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Pain of any kind that last more than 24 hrs is a pathologic pain that needs to be diagnosed the details u provided is not sufficient to teach to diagnosis but still its due to exercises u can apply ice that will give u some relief for more visit www.physiotherapistdelhi.in
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Hello. Did you lift weights? You may have rotator cuff weakness and attrition causing symptoms. Or biceps tendonitis. You need to see an orthopaedic surgeon for examination, so that treatment can be initiated.
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