My mom have pain in Right Shoulder from pas two month.We have consulted with a Orthopedic doctor . First question he asked to my mom that that do u have "diabetes", then I replied yes My Mom is a diabetic patient.
Then without any further investigation he suggested to consult with a Physiotherapist.He gave some medicine but he told that medicine will not a solution ...go to Physiotherapist only for the same ...
I do trust on Doctor and theirs Profession.
So do i need to follow his suggestion or consult to other Orthopedic doctor .
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Your mother is having peri arthritis Shoulder
This is a complication of diabetes
This cannot be cured by Surgery or Drugs, but only by Proper Control of Blood Sugar and Physiotherapy
Your doctor needs to be appreciated as he has send you to proper treatment without wasting time
Generally, Walking for Minimum 45 minutes a day + Strict Diet Control can reduce your blood sugar
If you can share your (a) Fasting Glucose (b) Post Prandial Glucose (c) HbA1c (d) Blood Urea (e) Serum Creatinine (f) Lipid Profile reports I can tailor make the prescription (exercise Schedule + Drugs + Diet Chart) for you
Also Mention your (a) Age (b) Weight (c) Height (d) Whether you take Non Vegetarian Food.
Hello, I went through your query, your doctor might have examined her, and doesn't found anything in particular for shoulder pain to take medicines regularly. Probably because of diabetic neuropathy(probably multivitamins are given) , in some cases of chronic pain all she needs is physiotherapy and proper rest, kindly follow your doctors advice. Still if you are not satisfied, consider taking 2nd opinion.
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