Thanks for posting your question.
is a complex group of muscles that need to be in perfect balance for the shoulder to work properly. Repetitive surgery leads to muscle weakness
and disturbed bio mechanical rhythm. A disturbed movement of the scapula
and the humerus
(the bones forming your shoulder joint) leads to impingement and thus constant pain in the shoulder, neck and arm.
You can visit a physical therapist, and he would do a complete assessment of your rotator cuff muscles. The therapist would recommend exercises for your upper back and shoulder (scapulo thoracic muscles and rotator cuff) so as to strengthen them and achieve the dynamic integrity of the shoulder joint.
You can also see an orthopedic doctor in your area who might want to assess your cervical spine
(neck) for any disc related issues or impingement of nerve
roots that come out of the cervical spine. The nerves of the cervical spine radiate into the shoulder, arm pit, arm, chest and upper back and thus any pressure on them can be a reason for the kind of pain you are explaining. An MRI
of the CERVICAL SPINE will clarify the picture and then therapy directed to it will help you get rid of the pain. Spurling's test is a clinical assessment test for cervical root impingement's and radicular pains. Only a well trained Orthopedic or a physiotherapist will be able to perform it on you and give an assessment by checking your neck range of motion.
Get well soon!!!