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Shoulder Bench Pressing
Change routine: You probably have torn or injured your shoulder rotator cuff, which can be a persistent "plague" on your exercise routine. Do not do the same thing that caused it for a while and in any event exercise through stiffness but not through pain. If this was at a gym, perhaps there is a consultant who can advise you about alternate exercises. You could also see a physiatrist for advice. ...Read more
I think I injured my shoulder while bench pressing. How do I check where my injured muscle/area is?
Hard to say: If you have pain, there's a good chance the injury is where it hurts. You need to say what makes you feel you have an injury. Some are easily diagnosed on the surface by looking, palpating and moving the shoulder. Others require imaging such as x-ray or MRI to visualize the precise nature of the injury. But if there is not pain or loss of motion, do not worry. ...Read more
Shoulder pain: While weightlifting could be from the acromioclavicular joint, the rotator cuff, the glenohumeral joint or a combination of all three. First proper mechanics are needed. Second one must make certain that there not any underlying issues. Finally often reducing the weight helps. And spending some time strengthening the smaller muscles of the shoulder girdle such as building up rotators and the biceps and triceps and the trapezius. ...Read more
Yes: I have never seen one but this is plausible. ...Read more
Shoulder pain prevents bench pressing and dipping. Can overhead press, upright row, lateral raise without pain. The pain feels deep in the shoulder.
I felt a tearing in chest shoulder area when bench pressing right pec is swelled with lot of bruising to the upper arm and bicep what could injury be?
Modify workout: Avoid reverse fly exercises beyond 90 degrees. Avoid deep bench press exercises with very heavy weight. ...Read more
Yes. The shoulder is a complex joint, & many conditions/ injuries (rotator cuff injury, bursitits, tendonitis, labral pathology, etc) can cause pain. Some injuries of the shoulder are acute. And while you can certainly start w/ rest, ice, & nsaids (if not a problem for you), I also suggest you see an ortho for a specific treatment plan
http://drmarkgalland. Com/category/shoulder. ...Read more
I initially hurt my shoulder about 3 weeks ago bench pressing and doing pushups. Hurts to lift objects overhead and to move arm across body and back?
Shoulder Injury: This could be any number of problems. If it's more on the top of the should may be a problem to York from Radokovitch your joint. If the problem it is more in the front of the shoulder, it could be a long head of the biceps problem or labral injury. It could also be an injury to the rotator cuff or the bursa above it. At three weeks, I would have a check by a sports med physcian. ...Read more
Injuredy shoulder doing flys 7 years ago. Cant fully flex right side of torso. Didn't let it fully heal. Hurts after heavy bench pressing. What's wrong?
Pec injury?: Your symptoms suggest an injury to the pec major muscle. Injuries to the musculotendinous portion of the sternal 'head' of the muscle are common. (where the muscle becomes tendon like). Complete ruptures of the pec major tendon are usually obvious and lead to a visible deformity (the lower portion of the 'axillary fold is disrupted).These require surgery commonly. See an upper extremity ors. Gl! ...Read more
While I was bench pressing I felt my shoulder slide back but I have all the symptoms for shoulder impingement syndrome is?
May be instability: Impingement usually occurs with shoulder press or military press. You may have experienced shoulder instability. Impingement typically occurs in older patients (>35 or 40) while instability occurs in younger patients (< 30.) initial treatment for instablity involves a physical therapy program. Impingement is treated with nsaids, physical therapy, and steroid injections. ...Read more
I've recently had pain in my right shoulder joint when sleeping on the side. This pain I sometimes present when bench pressing, but not always.
How do I relief a shoulder spasm? It is the mussle going out of the neck and in to the shoulder. Tried stretching and pressing on it.
Physical therapy: You are doing right manuers. It is most common complain from prolonged sitting, driving, using phone or repetitive motion and stress. Acupressure and massage may help. Physical therapy is very effective. You may also use "Icy Hot Cream ", ice and heat pack to alternate. Have comfortable pillow. If not better consult your docotor for possibel medicine to relieave msucle spams. Daily stretching. ...Read more
Round knots visibily sticking out of my neck, hasn't gone away for months tried meds, messages, when pressing on it pain shoots through neck&shoulder?
See a doctor: You need to see a good diagnostician and have these examined in the context in which they occurred, and depending upon the findings this may necessitate undergoing imaging studies and possibly biopsy. This should not be ignored, and hope you get this seen to quickly. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hey. I want to ask that could I build my shoulders without doing overhead pressing because I have shoulder impingement. .. Regarding bodybuilding?
Yes: Consult with a personal trainer. They will be able to help alter your exercise routine to focus on your personal goals. They also will be able to progress your current routine to make it more difficult and catered to your shoulder issues. Best of luck! ...Read more
Hard non-moveable bump on spine b/t shoulder blades. More painful as day goes on- pressing in nerve? Vertebrae is sticking out? Dr can't see for weeks
Need a bit more info: Lump on the spinous process would not involve nerve. Injury could cause a crushed vertebra and a "hump".TB is rare in the US but that could be a problem, Bone tumors are rare there. A sweat gland (seborrheic) cyst is more common and can be fairly fixed. In any case, a few days-even a week or two-delay should not change your prognosis. No doc for weeks sounds like poor care. See a nurse. ...Read more
I have slight shoulder pain when raising my arm above my head and doing pressing movements. What is this?
Muscle/tendon injury: Without a history of a specific injury, your pain could be coming from the fact that you strained the muscles (deltoid or rotator cuff) around the shoulder or sprained the ligaments and joint that join the end of your collar bone (clavicle) to the shoulder blade (acromion portion of the scapula). You should seek a thorough orthopaedic surgeon evaluation if the pain persists past a week. ...Read more
My collarbone is shaped funny and is pressing into my shoulder joint. Is this something that requires surgery? I'm always in pain.
Having neck and shoulder pain, feels like someone is pressing there fingers in my shoulder. Also I️t hurts when I’m sitting or when I raise my arm.
Neck shoulder pain:
Injury? What work do you do? Tried anything like motrin if not allergic?
May be musculoskeletal -rotator cuff tendons, labrium tears, or disc, impingement, or gallbladder pain if on the right. Also consider possible lyme, zoster (shingles) or lymph nodes. F/u/ w/ doc
https://www. Webmd. Com/pain-management/guide/neck-shoulder ...Read more
I have a painful shoulder especially raising my arm overhead from squats and overhead pressing. Could it be a rotator cuff tear if I am only 19?
Yes: Yes, it could. There are other possibilities including a tear of your labrum or issue with your Ac joint. Don't hesitate to be seen for a detailed examination and possibly further workup for a specific diagnosis. ...Read more
Sudden onset of bony hard bulge between shoulder blades, at level T1, with pain radiating towards chest upon pressing only. Normal breathing. Dx?
Small red patch on my left shoulder towards my neck for three weeks. Feels a bit bruised on pressing but mostly just red. Not crusty no visible lumps?
Many hard lumps deep in sides of neck no movement when swallow pain radiates to shoulder when pressing ongoing for months some visible when head turne?
Please have it: Looked at. No harm in having the evaluation. There maybe substantial harm in waiting though. ...Read more