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Pain in my lower shoulder?

Pain in my lower shoulder?

Talk to you doctor.: Make a plan with your doctor. You want to treat the pain while trying to avoid opiates if possible. ...Read more

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HOW to get a crick out shoulder?

HOW to get a crick out shoulder?

Be seen: If you are having problems with the shoulder that don't resolve, the best thing would be to be seen for an accurate diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more

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Pain in the front of my shoulder?

Pain in the front of my shoulder?

Tendinitis: In a 17 years old the pain in front of the shoulder isist likely yo bd tendinitis. It is treated with anti inflammatory meds and physical therapy. See your PCP of a physical therapist. ...Read more

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Why do my shoulder keep cracking?

Why do my shoulder keep cracking?

Cracking Shoulder: Painless snapping and cracking and popping in the Shoulder is not an uncommon thing with active people. If this causes repetitive pain or discomfort go see a Orthopaedic Shoulder Specialist so that X-rays and a proper exam can be performed. Many times therapy, an injection, and NSAIDS can be a simple solution for shoulder pain. Hope this helps. Take care. Joe Wilson. ...Read more

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What do shoulder presses work out?

What do shoulder presses work out?

Deltoid: Major muscle involved is your anterior deltoid. Your pectoralis major is also significantly involved. Triceps help with extension of your elbow. Supraspinatous, trapezius, serratus are also involved in the glide of the shoulder/scapula in this movement. ...Read more

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How can I fix my shoulder posture?

How can I fix my shoulder posture?

One of the most: Important things is to work on range of motion and strengthening, with focus on the scapula, as posturally this is integral. Scapular dyskinesis is one of the main causes of shoulder/rotator cuff tendonitis and needs to be addressed, especially as we age. ...Read more

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Can air get caught in your shoulder?

Can air get caught in your shoulder?

Shoulder: Only if injected or put in the shoulder during surgery. Most likely however it would be in small amounts and absorbed. There have been rare cases of an "air embolus" leaving the shoulder during surgery when large amounts of air have entered the shoulder and the bone surfaces have been exposed. These can be fatal but once again are extremely rare (case reports). ...Read more

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What causes pain on top of shoulder?

What causes pain on top of shoulder?

See dr.: Can be ovarian torsion which is an emergency which also causes lightheadedness. Can be referred pain from lower lung infection or problem near diaphragm. Could be impingement of the acromioclavicular joint. Please see a physician to differentiate it. ...Read more

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My shoulder is pain how could I do??

My shoulder is pain how could I do??

Unclear: Please provide more details of the pain, when did it start, what makes it worse and better, what kind of pain, where exactly is it, what else do you feel. ...Read more

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What causes pain in back of shoulder?

What causes pain in back of shoulder?

Many causes: Pain the the back of the shoulder can relate to neck arthritis, muscle strain or rotator cuff problems. ...Read more

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Can a subluxed shoulder ever healed?

Can a subluxed shoulder ever healed?

Yes: At age 34 you have a good chance to heal without surgery. ...Read more

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How long does shoulder tip pain last?

How long does shoulder tip pain last?

Shoulder tip pain: How and why did the pain start? Did you fall? Were you working out? Did it just come on by itself? Sounds like a good history and clinical exam by a competent doctor is your best approach. ...Read more

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Pain in romboid a nd shoulder blades?

Pain in romboid a nd shoulder blades?

Many possibilities: Pain to the rhomboid and shoulder blade areas can be something as simple as muscle strain or spasms, or could be something serious like a heart attack. Because of the inability to get further information and to do an exam, it is best to see your doctor or go to the emergency department if the pain worsens. ...Read more

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Why might it be that my shoulder pops?

Why might it be that my shoulder pops?

Depends: Shoulders can pop and click and make noise like any other joint. Depends on the location and activity that makes it pop. Rule of thumb is if it doesn't hurt and just makes noise its probably gonna be ok and could be just joint fluid shifting like when crack a knuckle. If you have pain or apprehension with the pop it could indicate a tear. In older patients it could mean arthritis. ...Read more

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Any problems with shoulder anthroscopy?

Any problems with shoulder anthroscopy?

Shoulder scope: Any surgery has potential complications of bleeding, infection, nerve injury, or failure to correct the problem u have. Fortunately these concerns r unusual. Shoulder arthroscopy is very technical and should be performed by an accomplished shoulder surgeon to get a good result! ...Read more

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What's done for a shoulder blad injury?

What's done for a shoulder blad injury?

Shoulder blade: Shoulder blade or scapular injuries have different personalities. Watch out for pulmonary and cardiac contusions from blunt trauma, which can be deadly. Some severe scapular fractures may warrant surgery. Some lesser fractures warrant immobilization, followed by pt. ...Read more

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How can I fix a subluxed shoulder fast?

How can I fix a subluxed shoulder fast?

Rehab: If you truly have a sub lucking shoulder the best way to treat it is getting into physical therapy....see your doctor for help ...Read more

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What could be done for s frozrn shoulder?

What could be done for s frozrn shoulder?

Frozen shoulder: Frozen shoulder typically resolves itself. Exercises to stretch the shoulder joint can be done, alone or in pt. Nsaids and cortisone injections can lessen pain. Rarely, a motion gaining surgery (manipulation under anesthesia or capsular release) may be required. ...Read more

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Continually separating my shoulder help?

Continually separating my shoulder help?

Ortho Eval needed: A through upper extremity evaluation along with appropriate imaging by an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in shoulder injuries should be able to define whether or not your shoulder instability would be best managed with physical therapy or potential stabilizing surgery ...Read more

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What's it mean when you're shoulder pops?

What's it mean when you're shoulder pops?

Loosely speaking-: Little joke there---- it may mean something important or it may mean nothing. The best person to help you figure it out is a doctor who can examine the shoulder and then, ask questions to determine how long you've had the condition, if it's painful or not, and if there's any real need to "fix" it or not. For now, you your shoulder could be the life of a party! Enjoy and Good luck! ...Read more

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How can I relief the pain on my shoulder?

Shoulder: It's important to determine the cause of the shoulder pain. Any injury? Possibilities include bursitis, sprain, arthritis, rotator cuff disorders. Applying cold applications, taking Tylenol and/or Advil or Aleve helps. If pain persists consult your physician or an orthopedic surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more

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What keeps causing my shoulder to vibrate?

What keeps causing my shoulder to vibrate?

Muscle spasms: I suspect you are feeling muscle twitches or spasms. This can occur with muscle fatigue or often with dehydration or electrolyte imbalance. I would try some soft tissue massage to see if this helps relieve the trigger point or area of concern. ...Read more

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What is the cause of a pain in my shoulder?

What is the cause of a pain in my shoulder?

Many Possibilities: Shoulder pain is a nonspecific finding so a lot more specific information and a detailed examination would be needed to give you clear diagnosis. If you have had this a while I recommend you have an evaluation with your primary physician and then perhaps a shoulder specialist if persistent. Learn more at: http://www. Theshouldercenter. Com/shoulder-pain. Htm. ...Read more

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How can I stop my shoulder from dislocating?

How can I stop my shoulder from dislocating?

Suggestion: Assuming that you suffer from anterior dislocations, I would recommend you look at the thrower's 10 program. Concentrate on the exercises for shoulder... If you are doing push-ups avoid going deeper than 90 degrees at the elbow since this will put your shoulder in a vulnerable position for dislocation. Avoid tricep dips for sure! If conservative treatments do not work, you may need surgery. ...Read more

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What to do if my shoulder is getting worse!?

What to do if my shoulder is getting worse!?

Examination: You should see your doctor or an orthopedist to determine the cause of the pain. A physical examination and possibly x-rays or other tests may be needed. The treatment depends on the cause of the pain. ...Read more

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Is the pain in my shoulder a serious problem?

Is the pain in my shoulder a serious problem?

Could be: This is a very vague question. It really depends on what type of pain you are having, the location and quality of the pain, etc. If you tore your rotator cuff this can lead to permanent deficits in terms of strength and function. If you have concerns I would see your doctor and discuss this further. ...Read more

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Can you fix a separated shoulder by yourself?

Can you fix a separated shoulder by yourself?

No: If you have a shoulder separation you can either live with it or have it fixed. See an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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What are some ways to build a large shoulder?

Build size: Adequate mix of strengthening deltoids, pectoralis, latissimus, upper back/neck muscles. Allow for muscle recovery after heavy work-out. Adequate hydration, rest, and nutrition with protein, etc. ...Read more

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What are these knots in my shoulder that move?

What are these knots in my shoulder that move?

It is hard to say: Given the info provided, I'm not sure what you are referring to. My best guess is that you are feeling your greater and lesser tuberosity, two boney prominences on the proximal humerus to which the rotator cuff tendons attach. ...Read more