Left Shoulder Pain

Pain in the left shoulder can be due to injury, dislocation of the shoulder, muscle pull, or fracture. But, sudden and unusual left arm pain can be caused due to more serious conditions like heart attack and angina.

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How to manage a frozen shoulder?

Query: Hi doctor, I am 65 years old male, I weight 135 pounds, and I am 5.3 feet tall. I take daily maintenance Versant 5 mg (for hypertension) and Janumet 50 mg (for diabetes). I have frozen right shoulder pain from the upper back shoulder, highest pain in the upper inner arm shooting down to my hand. The...  Read Full »

Dr. Rahul Ramakrishnan

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Thanks for writing. As per your medical history, you suffer from a frozen shoulder, and now it is paining with restricted movement of your shoulder. Since it is paining now, I would advise you to do the following things, 1. Get an MRI scan of the shoulder joint as ...  Read Full »

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