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2011/03/28 15:57:18 (permalink)
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Shoulder Pain

Hi guys,
I'm just looking for a bit of clarification and help with some pain i'm having in my shoulder.
I recently had a anterior long head bicep tendon re-attachment (drilled a hole in the humerus and tucked the tendonin)  done and had my arm in plaster for 4 weeks after the surgery. I have now had a brace on for 3 weeks which now allows me to nearly fully extend my arm. Initially my shoulder was pretty tight as it was in a sling for a few weeks so didn't move it much. But now i'm trying to get some movement back.
And here is where the problems start i've been getting a sharp pain when doing front raises in the front of my shoulder which seems to be at the end of the infraspinatus tendon not sure if this is due to atrophy anterior deltiod . When I originally had a CT done to diagnose the ruptured bicep they mentioned some inflammation in the supraspinatus but doing lateral raises doesn't give me any pain so I don't think this is still causing the problem. But I think this may have caused the original ruptured biceps. Any ideas?
post edited by Don_al - 2011/03/28 16:00:42

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    naththebeast
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    Re:Shoulder Pain 2011/03/28 16:07:44 (permalink)
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    To be honest i think your best bet is to go back to a physio or someone similar to get it checked as theyll be able to give a proper diagnosis.



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    Don_al
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    Re:Shoulder Pain 2011/03/28 16:15:42 (permalink)
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    Booked in with the NHS physio next monday but just trying to get some ideas off people that may have had similar symptons

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