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Play Separated Shoulder
Possibly: It depends on the severity of the separation. Most mild shoulder separations settle down in a few weeks, and you can return to hockey. Despite playing in a no contact league, there is inevitably going to be some contact, which can aggravate the injury. You can also get tripped while skating and land on your shoulder, so you have to consider the risks associated with returning to play. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, a separated shoulder is injury to the ligaments that hold your collar bone in place. Depending on the severity and symptoms, most people recover from a mild to moderate separated shoulder just fine and are able to participate in activities without much discomfort. More severe separations may require surgery. Recommend you see your doctor for further evaluation to determine the severity. ...Read more
Refer to answer: You an play soccer with minimal pain. Whoever any sports that requires shoulder motion will cause more pain. Any cause of pain needs to be diagnosed and be treated accordingly. If it is impingement, or biceps tear will get worse with activity., and time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I popped my shoulder playing basketball and now when I move it a certain way it hurts a lot. How can I fix the pain?
Shoulder injury: There are many causes of shoulder pain. You need to have it examined and possibly have an Xray. Advil or naprosyn (naproxen) are over the counter medications that are anti-inflammatory but be careful. Long term usage can result in stomach inflammation, bleeding and kidney problems. If the pain is severe you need to have it examined by a doctor. ...Read more
Had a painful pop In my shoulder while playing basketball and reaching out for a rebound & couldn't move it for a minute or 2.
I dislocated my shoulder before playing rugby & its being hurting real lots.I can't really move it hardly, what's wrong?
Need exam/ MRI : Not sure how long ago u dislocated your shoulder but an orthopedist needs to examine your shoulder. As dr. Bach has stated rot.Cuff injuries can occur as we get older after shoulder dislocations. Also the labrum tears in 80-90 % of shoulder dislocations and slap tears( involving your biceps anchor) are not uncommon either. See ors and may need mri. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Haven't played softball in 1 month but shoulder pain is intense&constant. Can't sleep on it, lift things or put weight on it. Help?
I hurt my trapiod yesrorday. It hurts to look over my shoulder and put my head back. I have basketball tomorow do u recomend I play?
No: You may have a trapezius muscle spasm. If you have pain with rotating or extending your neck (looking over your shoulder and putting your head back) this might indicate a pinched nerve in your neck, i would not recommend playing basketball at this time as it could aggravate the problem. See your doctor to have it looked at. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a painful pop In my shoulder while playing basketball and reaching out for a rebound & couldn't move it for a minute or 2. Any ideas?
Labral-instability: At your age, this sounds like a brief episode of instability that occurs when the ball/humeral head comes out of the socket/glenoid very briefly and then relocates itself. Concurrently or alternatively, a cartilage/labral tear can look and sound like this as well. If I can help, then join my care team at www.healthtap.com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does my shoulder pop every time i rotate it backwards? I play lacrosse and field hockey, could I have done something to it to be causing this?
Pop painful?: If the 'pop' u are describing is painful or associated w/ a feeling of 'looseness' or instability than this is signifigant and warrants an orthopedic exam. If it is not painful and occurs in other joints i would'nt worry much about it.Painful popping @ young age could be caused by several different things... Tell your parent(s)and see md. ...Read more
been playing volleyball a lot and cheering,lifting pepl. I was spiking and my shoulder hurts and now if i stretch it a bit it hurts. What should i do
I am a 28 year old male and my shoulder is bothering me, what should I do? It feels a little soft and there may be a tear. The only thing i can recall doing lately was play basketball (which i haven't played in years), perhaps that caused it (shooting the
The : The most common things that would be bother a late twenty year old who hadn't played a sport in a few years would be, muscular fatigue, rotator cuff tendinitis or bursitis, acromioclavicalur joint pain or just being out of shape. Not sure what (soft and a little tear) implies. Rice rat ice compression elevation is a hallmark for acute injuries. Anti-inflammatories over the counter ( one that has been taken before with out issue) and making sure someone is getting better not staying the same or worse. All these are nonspecific things to treat an acute low grade injury. Finally seeing an orthopedic surgeon but if you cannot get a timely appointment a primary care physician should be contacted especially if there is concern for a "tear". ...Read more
Cuff strengthening: Lacrosse is an overhead sport. As a result, the rotator cuff is critical for play. A strengthening plan for the rotator cuff and periscapular muscles would be critical for best performance. Visiting with an athletic trainer or physical therapist would be best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluation needed: Shoulder pain can be caused by a variety of problems, so the 1st step is having an exam to find the causes. Common pain generators may be bursitis, tendinitis, rotator cuff tear, joint degeneration, or labral tear to name a small few. Evaluating shoulder and scapular mechanics is important in athletes & best done by physician trained in sports/msk. Should pain can be chronic is the cause not fixed. ...Read more
Rotator cuff: Likely etiology is irritation to your rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles/ tendons that support the shoulder joint. Overhead or behind the back movements such as a tennis serve are classic mechanism of injury. Both inflammation and weakness are typical components and must be treated for complete resolution. Modification of activity is often required. Continued pain-tear? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: Usually external supports do not work well and the ones that do are very bulky and combersone to wear.The best way to prevent reinjury is a good program of rehabilitation..Olso depend upon what kind of sport you are refereeing to.. ...Read more
Impossible: Concern for techniques to decrease injuries of certain body parts during rugby is an oxymoron. Physical mayhem absent protective and shielding appliances, as in football for example, begets biomechanical injuries not able to be predicted nor prevented. On the other hand, if the gravitational field could be reduced or eliminated, then the physical dangers of rugby might be markedly diminished. ...Read more
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