Can your shoulder hurt from an old hand injury? Or is it something else?

Can your shoulder hurt from an old hand injury? Or is it something else?

Occupational therapy For Hand, Shoulder, & Rotator Cuff Injuries after Traumatic Motorcycle Accident

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Once upon a time there was a hand injury. The picture was taken in only two places on the arm. Fractures were also found there. But at that moment no one checked the shoulder. At times, the shoulder makes itself felt. Sometimes tolerant, sometimes a guard. But raids.

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answers (2)

Answer 1
June, 2021

Of course, there may be post-traumatic shoulder pain. However, there may be other reasons - arthrosis, osteochondrosis, etc. First you need to undergo examinations and identify the cause. and then it will be clear what and how to treat.

Answer 2
June, 2021

Good day! It is still necessary to check the cervical spine, perhaps the pain may be associated with radicular syndrome.

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Sincerely

Beaver Clinic

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