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Burning Feeling In Rotator Cuff
Getting out from rotator cuff & tendonitis, is it normal to feel some discomfort on upper arm, like burning specially when it is cold around 60's? Ty
I injured my shoulder rotator cuff 3
or more years ago and now I'm getting some mild stiffness and severe burning pain. What do you think?
I take 1200 mg/day of gabapentin for neuropathic burning shoulder pain that also has pain from rotator cuff pain. But it still burns. Any advice?
Im getting physical therapy for my rotator cuff surgery but now I have a burning pain in front of my shoulder. Did they over stretch?
Likely just muscle.: Physical therapy for rotator cuff is a mainstay of therapy for this. With stretching and exercise the other muscles and tendons of the shoulder joint will become strengthened and stretched. These muscles are likely not used to this at this point and so will become sore and burn as Lactic Acid builds up in them. The best thing to do is to keep up with the pt. ...Read more
7wk postsurgery for torn rotator cuff, nerve impingement, bone spur ground off&labrum repaired. My thumb,hand,forearm are swollen.have burning nerve pain.hurts bad to move wrist wrong. In pt. Been icing and heating. How can I reduce swelling&pain?
I just had surgery on your rotator cuff and it has been 4 days since my surgery and i hit my kid with my arm can I reinjury it i hit my kid with my arm i wanna know if i could still reinjury because my arms has been feeling better and everysince i hit h
Rotator cuff tendonitis with possible tear had steroid shot thurs lifted with help 200 lb dog was feeling better hurts worse call doc or tough out?
See doctor: At this time, i would want more info as to whether you have a tear or not. Activity modification is important as is therapy. If you have not had an MRI of your shoulder i would consider getting this to give you an idea of whether surgery is a consideration. Thank you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After arthroscopic surgery on rotator cuff is it normal to have severe pain in the elbow and stabbing feeling in hand?
Rotator cuff tear-pain in elbow-wrist-hand- swollen forearm-catch in bicep, bicep knotted up, when pushed, it has a cracking popping feeling, painful ?
Severe pain from shoulder down deltoid into bicep. Not rotator cuff. More pain when arm is rotated toward chest. Torn cartilage in other shoulder. ??
Get examined!: At age 55 your most common cause for this pain would still be 'impingement' ( or bursitis). Labral tears causing this pain are less likely unless associated with the biceps 'anchor'( SLAP) lesions -- but less likely in isolation in your age group.Osteoarthritis can cause pain in this distribution . AC joint arthritis can also cause pain when rotating arm towards chest ( adduction). See an ORS! GL! ...Read more
Most likely rotator: Cuff impingement. Make sure it is rc pain first. If it is on the sides of your shoulders and hurts with overhead activity it could be rotator cuff issues. Initially treat with nsaids, ice and modification of activity (no overhead activity, no heavy pushing or lifting) if it is not getting better see and orthopaedist. They might offer you pt, oral steroids or hopefully a cortisone shot. ...Read more
Functional loss: The rotator cuff typically tears at the insertion where it attaches to the humerus bone (ball part of the ball and socket). Since it stabilizes the shoulder, a tear doesn't allow the large muscles of the shoulder (deltoids) to function correctly and indirectly causes weakness and pain. A rotator cuff tear does not heal itself and usually requires surgery to reattach the tendon to the bone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
From neck to elbow: Rotator cuff pain is usually located in the shoulder, especially the deltoid muscle. The pain can be felt anywhere from the neck to the elbow. Rotator cuff tears are usually more painful at night and with activities involving shoulder motion. See a board certified orthopaedic surgeon for evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rotator cuff repair: There are probably too many factors to consider here. At your age, the chances if having a full rotator cuff tear is less common, but if it has occurred, we would recommend an arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. A rotator cuff typically tears at the tendon close to where it meets the bone, and cannot heal on its own. Certainly you should be seen by a specialist and evaluated fully! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rotator cuff: pathology indicates an abnormality which in the rotator cuff usually indicates a spectrum. first there is inflammation of the bursa and tendons of the rotator cuff, this leads into partial tearing of a percentage of some of the tendon fibres.which if they don't heal weakens the remaining tendon structure which then further tears until complete separation occurs. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
It depends: Many people have degenerative rotator cuff tears as we mature. Non operative conservative treatment should be the first line of treatment. This often consists of NSAIDS, injection, and physical therapy. If conservative treatment fails or if an acute traumatic tear, operative treatment may be warranted. Ask your orthopaedic surgeon for more details. Physical examination and imaging (MRI) are needed ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer