Thread: Shoulder pain
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:52 AM   #2
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Re: Shoulder pain

Hi,
Shoulder pain is a large area. Any idea what the onset cause is? Where in the shoulder, and when, specifically does it hurt? What level is the pain on a scale of 1 to 10? Is there any bruising?
Review these questions and your problem may come into focus. Most injuries are either traumatic, long term use/misuse, aging, or genetic in nature.
Mine have been a combination of osteoarthritic and connective tissue disorders.
I have had rotator cuff injuries to both shoulders with spurring occurring in the acromioclavicular joint surfaces.
See your primary care doctor, explain your concerns and he/she should be able to direct you to further care as needed.
Don't put it off, the shoulder is a complex joint, pain there needs to be addressed as soon as reasonably possible.

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