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I have been having sever right shoulder pain, and I felt an abnormality on it and the pain radiates to my neck and arm. What could it be?

Uncertain what you . I'm answering what you feel. If it is swelling. This could come from the joint itself or from tendons are even bursitis. If the pain goes from the neck to the shoulder we see this sometimes with the shoulder problems but the other thing to consider is whether there is a pinched nerve. I can't be certain but I would discuss this with your physician. Read more...

Could a muscle in my left neck being torn a couple months ago be the problem to me having neck and sometimes back and right shoulder pain with motion?

Yes. answering the question, yes, it is possible. Especially if you have been doing any compensatory movement or posturing on the right. Such position could even be an unconscious effort (you could do it and not even know it, as a reflexive position your body adopts to overcome injury). Read more...

I get real wheezy and use inhaler atleaat four times a day and have neck pain and right shoulder pain what could be wrong are the two related?

Could be. Above problems may be related.Need to add different inhalers/oral medications to control asthma so that you don't have to use inhalers four times a day. Read more...
Not related. I assume you are using your inhaler for a pulmonary (lung) problem. Lung disease does not cause shoulder and/or neck pain so i can say with a fair amount of certainty the two conditions are unrelated. For your neck/shoulder pain, see a pain medicine specialist who can not only tell you what is wrong but make you better as well. Good luck. Read more...

Yrs of neck and muscular right shoulder pain w/ no relief from trigger point injections or muscle relaxers. Neck cracks hourly. What can I about this?

Ortho exam. If no better with trigger point injections and muscle relaxers, sounds like a good orthopedist exam and perhaps an MRI are indicated to get a more specific diagnosis and treatment plan. Read more...
You may need testing. Sounds like either a neck problem, or an intrinsic shoulder problem. Please see an orthopaedic physician as you need to determine the source of the pain. It can be a nerve irritation of the cervical spine causing neck pain with referred shoulder discomfort. Or, it can be a rotator cuff problem. Either way, an evaluation by an orthopaedic doc can help you with the diagnosis. Read more...