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Shoulder trap and hand nervous pain
I have a pain in from shoulder to half hand since last more then a month , I got this pain when I was doing shoulder exercise in n gym
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You could've injured your rotator cuff
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Apply ice for 20 mts twice a day & consult a manual physiotherapist
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Avoid work out for a month
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There may be radiculopathy because of nerve compression so u need to stop any gym activity and visit to the Physiotherapist
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Shoulder pain may be due to improper position while during exercise.  U consult physiotherapist for assessment.
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Hello! I can understand the severity of your pain. The symptoms you are discribing are of radiculopathy. The nerve involment and disc involment is to be rulled out. Better consult a experienced Physiotherapist who can guide you further management.  Pl don't ignore as this could become permanent pain
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Due to wrong posture and wrong exercises. At this time meet physiotherapist
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Rotator cuff injury  the pain will be till elbow joint  restriction in shoulder movement don't lift weights till pain subsides can visit nearest physiotherapist
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• 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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Hi.., it seems ur hurted your shoulder during gym
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visit a orthopedician n also a physiotherapist if orthopedician recommends tc..
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Wrong weight wrong form of exercise leads to such problems. Type of pain ???? Localised? Or radiating? Pain during shoulder movement or even at rest ?? Is the shoulder Pain associated with neck pain? If no then it may be due to rotator cuff injury or may be capsular injury. Is there any swelling?
Next Steps
do x-ray & MRI ( capsular tear ??) first icepack , combination therapy/ IFT /UST If no swelling then go for WAX BATH. lie on your back , pain free active shoulder ROM exercise.
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avoid carrying weight on the affected ✋, avoid sleep on the affected shoulder .
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Please get an XRay for your cervical spine. After which meet a physiotherapist who will help you with exercises and modality for pain. Please use a trainer while using equipment in gym.
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