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Pain in shoulder blade

I am guy working in software,for more than an month I felt pain in upper right back near right shoulder blade and also feeling numbness on right hand and jaw I checked with Ortho specialist he told it is general problem related to muscle pain and ask me to take pills and maintain right posture.after two weeks of taking medicines everything went off now while working,driving doing any activities feeling pain that radiates on right hand till finger in night while sleeping no feeling of pain.for past two days this numbness radiates to right side under armpit area with itching and pain, hand numbness,jaw pain for this should I worry. which specialist I should consult for this further for pain management share your valuable suggestions please
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Dr. B Rajashekar Bangalore | General Physician
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HELLO IT MAY BE RIGHT SIDED CERVICAL RADICULOMYELOPATHY, GET MRI CERVICAL SPINE DONE CONSULT A NEUROLOGIST AND DECIDE BYE
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Dr. Rama S.K Pune | Internal Medicine
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You need help of neurophysician...may be plexopathy...will need nerve conduction studies to treat
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Dr. Anant Vyanketrao Suryawanshi Navi Mumbai | Pain Management Specialist
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Yes your symptoms corelate well with cervical spondylitis...u tried conservative methods also it's better u consult to pain physician near by . Pain physicians are basically graduates of anaesthesia had specialist in chronic pain management with fellowship courses after M.D. they will guide you for best management..they do interventions for this type of pain and u don't need even surgery most of the times.
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Dr. P. Vijayaraghavan Chennai | Consultant Physician
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Your symptoms are suggestive of cervical spondylitis with brachial neuralgia. Another possibility is ischaemic heart disease especially if you are a smoker with hypertension/diabetes.
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General physician, orthopedic consultation.
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Sit straight with proper complete back support. Avoid big, hard pillows. Do not keep neck bending forwards while using smartphone.
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