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Collarbone Pain

Collarbone pain occurs due to fractures or bone disorders. At times it may occur due to any underlying heart disease. Proper diagnosis helps identify the exact cause to receive appropriate treatment.

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My dad has a broken collarbone and is always in pain. Can surgery correct this problem?

Query: Hi doctor, My dad has a broken collarbone but cannot get it fixed, and it has been like this for months. We consulted a doctor six months back, but he is always in pain and feels terrible about himself. Can surgery correct this problem? Is it possible to take away the bump on his shoulder?   Read Full »

Dr. Atul Prakash

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I understand your concern. Please mention why your dad cannot seek medical help. Does he have any medical conditions? If your answer is yes, a bone that has not united can be plated and bone grafted to achieve union, which would help with his pain. Also, the shape of ...  Read Full »

I have persistent pain in my left shoulder and collarbone during push-ups. How to overcome the pain?

Query: Hi doctor, I have shoulder and collarbone pain, especially while working out. But I do not experience any pain when I am not working out. Also, the pain is prominent on the left side when I do push-ups. What to do? Please help.  Read Full »

Dr. Sharoff Lokesh Mohan

Answer: Hi, Welcome to In my opinion, you either have bicipital tendonitis or AC (Acromioclavicular) joint inflammation. So, I suggest you to follow the instructions mentioned below. 1. Take tablet Piroxicam (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory) 20 mg, one tablet at night, after food for ten days...  Read Full »

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