Pain In The Shoulder That Never Heals?
I want to ask since I sprained or twitched during an internship in January last year, my left shoulder and my neck were aching and aching, from January last year until now, and now it seems to spread on my back and on my right shoulder. sometimes my back head is dizzy my knees are also weak I ask to the health center he said that the muscle aches continue to be given inflammation drugs, calcium and pain but how come it still hurts huh but it doesn’t hurt but the pain feels inside my shoulder I’m still 18 street 19 actually I’m sick What is it
Hello Stevani, thank you for the question.
Pain in the shoulder can be caused by pain in the muscles, tendons, joints, nerves, and bones of the shoulder and spine. Disturbances in some of these parts can cause mild to severe symptoms depending on the severity of the injury / trauma that occurs, acting on the shoulder / shoulder, can spread to the hands, headaches, stiffness in the neck and shoulders, low back pain, balance disorders, and at risk of experiencing abnormal posture and spine, and others. Shoulder pain due to muscle, bone, tendon, and joint disorders is usually exacerbated by changes in position, whereas pain caused by nerve disorders usually spread pain, accompanied by complaints of numbness or decreased sensation in the skin, or can also be accompanied by motor or movement disorders. This shoulder pain is usually exacerbated by other medical conditions, such as diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and others. If the complaint does not improve and lasts a long time, you should consult a doctor to find out the cause of the complaint, the doctor will do a direct examination on you and suggest several investigations if needed such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, and so forth. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint. Your doctor may give you medication to suggest certain medical procedures if needed. If it feels pain, try to compress it with warm water to relax muscles, take pain relievers that are sold freely on the market when it is painful, it is best to avoid carrying heavy burdens on the shoulders, you should use a backpack that puts a flat load on both shoulders with a long strap bags that fit the height and straps of thick bags so they don't hurt the shoulders, improve posture especially when sitting and standing, wrong posture can also worsen complaints of shoulder pain, eat nutritious foods especially those containing vitamin D and calcium which are good for bones, adequate rest, adequate fluid needs, and avoid smoking and alcohol.
so, hopefully it helps.
Greetings, Dr. Nova