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What Are Some Of The Symptoms Of A Broken Rotator Cup In The Shoulder
Pain: The actual term is a "cuff", and it describes tendons that wrap around the top of your humerus at your shoulder, like the end of your sleeve wraps around your wrist. Because it is soft tissue, it doesn't "break", but can tear. Pain and decreased movement are the most common symptoms of arotator cuff tear, but are also symptoms of many other shoulder problems. ...Read more
Pain. Swelling: Pain, swelling.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pain :- (: If you have sustained trauma and have immediate discomfort and difficulty moving the arm the possibility of a fracture exists. Sometimes people complain that they feel the broken ends of the bones moving as well. If suspicious, it is worth having an xray sooner rather than later. ...Read more
Localized pain: Shoulder tendonitis pain is aroused by companion muscle use & firm palpation of tendon-bone insertion sites. Shoulder tendonitis commonly seen anterior shoulder region from biceps muscle. Posterior shoulder if superior trapezius. Outter tip of shoulder if supraspinatus. Lateral upper arm if deltoid. Rest/heat/acupunc/massage for muscle spasm. Cortisone for "pain honeymoon" enabling yoga & aqua-pt. ...Read more
I got all the symptoms after my shpulder got hurt after violently hitting a corner of a wall with the area imbetween my shoulder blade or just the edge of it. And it had been like this for quite some time now.?
If this has not been: Medically assessed in-person - that is the first thing to do. Take care. ...Read more
I got all the symptoms after my shpulder got hurt after violently hitting a corner of a wall with the area imbetween my shoulder blade or just the edge of it. And it had been like this for quite some time now. For over 2 years now. And it hasn't ceas?
Some random left shoulder pain & occasional tingling in left side of jaw & some nausea. Exercise did not worsen symptoms. Heart related or anxiety?
Something else: Your symptoms don't sound like either cardiac (nor anxiety-related) symptoms especially given your age and you did not mention if you had any cardiac symptoms, your symptoms do appear to be referred from another source, perhaps stomach or esophagus. I suggest seeing your primary care physician who can evaluate your symptoms in more detail and examine you. ...Read more
Left side- face, jaw, neck, shoulder, and elbow "joint" pain with some specific sight swelling, and redness as well as feverish to the touch AND this has presented the same type symptoms in other "joints" on right side too.?
Autoimmune or infect: Your symptoms could represent either an autoimmune disorder like Lupus or scleroderma or an infectious process like Lyme disease. These are just examples. You need to see a good internet to get blood tests and perhaps X-rays and have a through examination. Your internist could then refer you further if needed. If symptoms now, go to MD now. ...Read more
Pain swelling: Pain, swelling, bruising, possibly a bump on the collarbone over the fracture. ...Read more
I have torn rotater cups in both shoulders, how can I srengthen my shouders and alleviate some of the pain naturally?
Partial tears?: If your rotator cuff tendons are only partially torn, you can isometrically strengthen the cuff muscles with the aid of a physical therapist. The physical therapist can also show you stretches you can do at home to help heal rotator cuff tears. If surgery is needed find a good orthopedic shoulder specialist. Ask your doctor for the appropriate referral. ...Read more
Many: We can list some injuries such as: cartilage damage (arthritis), labral tears (from dislocations), slap tears (from overhead sports or overuse), rotator cuff tears, ac separations/dislocations, and fractures. Each of these cause injury that can negatively impact your shoulder function. ...Read more
Excellent Question!: Many people lift weights in a way that may hurt instead of strengthen their shoulders. The one I would definitely avoid is the military press, which can be replaced by shrugs to strengthen the trapezius, low weights in an oustretched arm in scapular plane to strengthen the deltoid, and resisted internal/external rotation to strengthen the rotator cuff. ...Read more
Answered: I've answered this in other threads. At your age, sling for a week, ice it and avoid aggravation. After, begin gentle motion in forward plane (like your making superman poses). Avoid throwing or cocking position for 4-6 weeks. If you continue to have pain lifting to side you may have torn your rotator cuff at which point you should seek attention by shoulder specialist. Indyshoulder. Com. ...Read more
Pain in shoulder: Lets do 2nd opinion and I can help. ...Read more
Rest the shoulder: If it hurts to move then you tore something in there. Resting the shoulder is the best thing at first. You can hang it down while you lean over and let it swing from side to side without lifting it and that will keep it moving as it heals. Most injuries heal. If it doesn't get better then see your doctor. Most of these will heal if we give the body a chance. Baby it for awhile but keep moving it. ...Read more
Shoulder Pain: Most common causes of shoulder pain are inflammation, SLAPS tears, Rotator Cuff tears, and shoulder dislocations. If you are having pain make an appointment to see an Orthopaedic shoulder surgeon for an examination and treatment options. Hope this helps. Take care, Joe Wilson. ...Read more
MOVE THE SHOULDER: If not severe then start with nsaid's and a home program to regain the range of motion. If no improvement then seek care sooner then later and consider formal therapy and possibly a steroid injection in the shoulder joint. If all fails, surgery "manipulation under anesthesia" or arthroscopic surgery with release of adhesions can be very successful. ...Read more