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Hi Doctor Actually my mother meet an accident 2 months before ... And her right shoulder get dislocate that time...  we'll treatment is done and now her shoulder is in place where it was before after location done by doctors in Bangalore. Now she is  also able move her shoulder too... But she's not getting releif from pain inside some times it's uncontrollable... please suggest also she's in isolation because one of our family got covid positive. Pl suggest.
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Just give her painkiller sos till the time she is in isolation as shoulder issue is not an emergency.. She will require examination from Arthroscopist and MRI too to see the status of structures in her shoulder i suspect that it might have been torn
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immobilisation till 3 weeks
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