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... probably would know for sure whether there is any tear. If there isn't a tear then I could just go to a Pain Management doctor to advise me on treatment for the frozen shoulder maybe. ... (9 replies)
... You can tell rsd pain from any other pain, at least I can. It depends on how your pain feels. For me.....I know the difference when the pain isn't stabbing, shooting, burning, bone deep, crushing, etc. LOL It sounds like the pain in your shoulder and all is only from the problems you're having with the whole frozen shoulder/possible rotator cuff thing. I agree with Marcia... (9 replies)
... t have rsd in your shoulders but very hard pt like that could very well cause you more intense rsd pain and well....if they somehow cause a slight injury to your shoulder then it could cause rsd to spread to your shoulders! ... (9 replies)

... I just came back from an orthopedic guy who told me that I have a frozen shoulder and need intensive rehab on both of my shoulders. He said it would be very painful, but I have to do it if I want to regain the movement in my arms. ... (9 replies)
... for you right now. that particular finding 'could' possibly explain why the other symptoms are even there. something is just inflamming that inner joint of that shoulder right now and it could even be that unknown abnormaility. ... (9 replies)
... little tools that are attached to the end of the scope. much much easier on you and much much less painful post op and the rehab would be much quicker too. you just have to find out what that abnormality actually is and do it with going to an ortho who is sooo much better than doc scarey. ... (9 replies)
... and my shoulder just hurts when I move it, or lay on it. ... (9 replies)
... But maybe too conservative that he doesn't know much about RSD. Even though the MRI said there was a suspicion of a tear in the rotator cuff the doctor moved my shoulder around and said it wasn't a tear, but adhesive capsulitis. I'm sure he wouldn't say that unless that's the case. One bullet dodged. ... (9 replies)
... i just wanted to mention a form of PT that helped me to fully rehab a hugely painful post op shoulder. i was already using this therepist even before i tore that tendon for myofascial release and craniosacral therepy. ... (9 replies)
... t and leg because it was after a break and I have had continued pain even though the xrays are fine. The constant squeezing, burning, etc can be indicative. My shoulder MRI shows some mild tendonitis and very little fluid in the joint and an abnormality in the rotator cuff. ... (9 replies)




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