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Constant joint pains, pain around collar bone frequently. Require treatment?

I have joint pain constantly and have adapted to living with that. This new pain that came suddenly, brought me to me knees in tears it hurt so severely and unexpectedly. The pain is around my collar bone/ shoulder area and goes as quickly as it comes. This has happened several times today. The first time while opening the dresser the second when walking through my apartment. What could be wrong with it, this I don t think I can adapt to and think I need answers.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Dear there,
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these joint pains are required a detail clinical assessment to rule out the cause. As per the present complaints are concerned knee pain is suggestive of meniscal sprain/ tear and shoulder pain is impingement syndrome. In both the cases cryo pack for 15 minutes will give you immediate relief.. Pulsed mode ultrasound therapy helps in promotong the healing process. take some NSAID(non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs)..... Kinesiology taping technique by a cerified sports physio gives you amazing result.......

A detail clinical assessment by clinical tests and investigations like X'ray/MRi (if required) will give more accurate findings about the cause of the pain and proper diagnosis.

Wish you get rid out of the pain soon....

Answered: Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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