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Deltoid pain, what is best i can do to ease the pain?

Deltoid pain, what is best i can do to ease the pain?

May not be: Deltoid pain at all. Could be a tear in one of the rotator cuff muscles, like supraspinatus or bicep tendonitis. Don't guess, see your doctor for a physical exam to get appropriate treatment or physical therapy. ...Read more

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Right Deltoid pain, slightly stiff neck. Haven't done hard physical work. Can I take Cataflam (diclofenac) and Pamando together? How much can I take?

Right Deltoid pain, slightly stiff neck. Haven't done hard physical work. Can I take Cataflam (diclofenac) and Pamando together? How much can I take?

Need more info: These symptoms could be the "tip" of the iceberg. In medicine we don't treat the symptoms of the disease, we treat the cause. Please see your M.D. or D.O. to diagnose the cause of your discomfort. Can't recommend your taking any medication without a diagnosis. ...Read more

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Deltoid pain but no finger tingling or numbness. Using mouse that is hard to click. Related?

Deltoid pain but no finger tingling or numbness. Using mouse that is hard to click. Related?

Shoulder pain: There are many causes of deltoid pain. Most commonly, it is referred pain from shoulder. Causes include tendonitis of rotator cuff or biceps. Other causes of referred shoulder pain include cervical spine. Typically, the pain in the shoulder is associated with numbness down arm or into hand. If symptoms persist, see an orthopedic surgeon for diagnosis and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more

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Did reformer pilates. Day after throb deltoid pain lft arm, inch or so below shoulder. Numbness in area? Could this be rotator cuff or just sprain?

Did reformer pilates.  Day after throb deltoid pain lft arm, inch or so below shoulder. Numbness in area?  Could this be rotator cuff or just sprain?

Nerve?: The pain can be from many possible sources. Deltoid area pain with numbness may signify involvement of the axillary nerve or possibly the c5 or c6 levels at your neck. Early frozen shoulder pain can also be felt laterally. Hopefully, this is just a deltoid strain from the workout and will resolve shortly, otherwise see your doctor. http://theshouldercenter.com/shoulder-pain.htm. ...Read more

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6 days ago i gave myself a 1ml B12 injection in my deltoid, i now have a tensed strip of muscle in the deltoid, no pain or discomfort but it is tense?

6 days ago i gave myself a 1ml B12 injection in my deltoid, i now have a tensed strip of muscle in the deltoid, no pain or discomfort but it is tense?

Bolus: You may have inadvertently injected either into a fat pad or you injected too much fluid too quickly into the muscle. It is also possible that you missed the muscle and injected into the dermal layer of your skin. In most cases the will absorb into local tissues over the next 2-4 weeks. ...Read more

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I have pain raising arm up sideways with palm down in posterior deltoids. Sharp pain to where I can't raise up to shoulder level. palms up is fine?

I have pain raising arm up sideways with palm down in posterior deltoids. Sharp pain to where I can't raise up to shoulder level.  palms up is fine?

Use Motrin and Heat: You sound exactly like me about 7 years ago. If you were here (yes! right here on this webpage, pixilated and ready), I'd ask you a few questions then examine your shoulder in more detail but it sounds like what I had: (drum roll............) a pit bull clamped on to my shoulder........no, actually the equivalent, a problem with my rotator cuff (look it up).See a doc if it's not better in 2 weeks ...Read more

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I have pain raising arm up sideways with palm down in posterior deltoids. Sharp pain to where I can't raise up to shoulder level. palms up is fine when raising arms. raising my arms straight in front is fine as well. But raising my arms up, palms down

I have pain raising arm up sideways with palm down in posterior deltoids. Sharp pain to where I can't raise up to shoulder level.  palms up is fine when raising arms.  raising my arms straight in front is fine as well.  But raising my arms up, palms down

Supraspinatus tendon: 37y w. shoulder pain aroused by contraction of Superior spinatus, Ss, muscle. Palm-up rotates humoral tuberosity under A-C joint; elevating it + shortening draw of Ss. Palm down does opposite. Abduction of humerus in coronal plane evokes direct tug on Ss muscle, & tendon within A-C arch. Abducting arm anterior to body uses muscles absent Ss function/pain. Ss tendonitis? MRI needed. Osteopath? ...Read more

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