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Having intermittent sharp pain in upper arm. Had Brachial Plexus injury affecting arm previously. Suggestions?

Have had nerve entrapment issues w Brachial Plexus injury effecting right arm last year. Chiropractic helped that as a last resort . Had Rotator cuff type pain right shoulder that has disipated somewhat. Now internittent sharp pain right upper arm lasts approx 6 secs then goes away but stops me in my tracks. feels like a cross between muscular and nerve pain . happens every 5 mins apporx.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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it may be due to the injury you have and may be if there is any other history of trauma there might be any tendon or ligament damage which causes pain.If you are a badminton player or you swim regularly or you use to life much weight the cause may be that at present only pain killers like zerodol will help to releive from pain.thank you
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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