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Shoulder pain from past 2 months
Iam having left shoulder pain from past 2 months I cannot lift my hand or slight move my also causing pain
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Get MRI done. It might be a case of rotator cuff muscle tear.
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avoid lifting heavy wts.
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Hot Fomentation. Gentle Shoulder Stretching. Core Strengthening Exercises. Gentle Neck Exercises. Avoid sleeping on affected side.. Warm up and cool down is a must.
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Dear Sir, Shoulder pain can occur due to several conditions. Either frozen shoulder, rotator cuff pathology or calcific tendonitis. However it is difficult to know unless examined by a shoulder specialist.
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There are some short videos on this website. It will help you understand your shoulder better. Best regards
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Hello, you might be having frozen shoulder which is common in diabetic pts plz consult Orthopedic surgeon or Physiotherapist nearby. Dr Venu Madhav, Amrutha Orthopedic Centre, Bangalore.
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it may be a stiff shoulder, called as FROZEN SHOULDER. take hot fomentation twice a day. Do stick exs, pendular exs, visit a Physiotherapist.. Dr. will guide u in better way.
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consult Ortho Dr.
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avoid sleeping on affected shoulder.
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