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Shoulder muscle weakness
I'm having shoulder pain from last 3 months ( it's on n off) and had partial shoulder dislocations 2 years ago.. And now also.. My doctor said I'm having rotator cuff weakness so he gave me medicine and rotator cuff strengthening exercises.. And doctor said try medicine and exercise for one month if it will not improve then i may need surgery ( lacroscpy) *X ray and MRI attached* .. Plz help me what should I do. To avoid surgery..i am still having shoulder pain and weakness.. And if I raise my hand some clicking sound is there... I am worried.. Plz help me 😥
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You should do guided Physiotherapy so as to develop your rotator cuff muscles.
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Avoid weights away from body axis
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