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Old volleyball player and weightlifter . Developed mild supraspinatus tendinosis according to an ultra sound. Is return to play possible ?
Absolutely: Return to play if that is 'all u have' should not be a problem. Ss tendinitis can be treated w/ nsaids , rot. Cuff strengthening and an occ. Injection .I would say , however, that you should be thouroghly examined ( w/ possible MRI as well) to exclude other coexisting shoulder problems such as instability, slap/labral tears etc.Best of luck! ...Read more
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need complete diagno: The spur is an x-ray sign and not the cause of pain. Removing it will not eliminate the pain if it is not the cause. Your problem could be shoulder instability or a/c arthritis. You need to find a shoulder surgeon who can give you the correct diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have this pain in my shoulder that feels like it needs to be popped. Been like this for a month. Can't even lie on it at times.
Insuff Information: You will need to see an Internist and get a Physical exam. The Internist may need xrays to figure this out (or even a CT). Hard to tell what is going on by description. Make appointment as soon as convenient. Could be a rotator cuff problem which may require Physical therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a knot on my shoulder the size of a strawberry. It is really bothering me. I've had it for over 5 years.
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