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What to do if i have pain in right trap and shoulder/clavicle clicking?

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Dr. Joseph Wilson
Orthopedic Surgery 13 years experience
Scapula Pain: Inflammation can occur underneath the shoulder blade where there is a bursa. This is called scapulothoracic bursitis and can be treated with therapy, NSAIDS, pain medications, and possibly a steroid injection. Make an appointment with an Orthopaedic shoulder surgeon to be evaluated and discuss treatment options. Take care, Joe Wilson.

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A 40-year-old member asked:

What could cause pain in right trap and shoulder/clavicle clicking?

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Dr. Darren Corteen
Orthopedic Surgery 25 years experience
Any # of things: Differential would include painful/arthritic AC joint (joint at end of clavicle), rotator cuff tear or intractable tendinitis, labral tearing (cartilage surrounding socket which helps stabilize joint), altered mechanics or abnormal motion of the scapula (shoulder blade) on chest wall. Bottom line if chronic and interfering with daily activities/work should be evaluated by orthopedic surgeon.

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