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Calcific tendonitis in left shoulder, stiffness in neck. Taken steroidal injections and physical therapy. What can be done about this?

I have calcific tendonitis in my left shoulder . I am starting to feel stifness in my neck and now I have the same type of pain in my right shoulder I have had calcific tendonitis for about 6 months and have had steroidal injecetions as well as phyiscal therapy and it hasn t gotten better. What can I do about this situation I am in?
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Calcific tendonitis is usually very painful. Steroid injections can help but in my experience with this condition you need to disrupt the calcium deposit with the needle when you give the injection. Anti-inflammatory medication and physiotherapy can also be of benefit. Has an orthopaedic surgeon been giving you the injections?
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