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I have severe pain in my left shoulder that spreads up to my neck

I have severe pain in my left shoulder . The pain spreads up to my neck and the shoulder is swollen and warm to the touch. Also, when i tried to go in for a massage to hopefully relax, it became obvious that my left shoulder is protruding more than my right one. My pain gets to points where I'm immobilized and it gets much worse when I work.
Asked On : Wed, 14 Jul 2010
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hi sara;
You surely have some problem with your shoulder.Mostly the pain in shoulder going to neck is due to cervical spondylosis but as you said there is swelling ;and warmth it may be a inflammation of shoulder joint .Please get examined by an Orthopaedic doctor;you may require to do investigation of blood & X-ray of neck & shoulder joint.Please visit a doctor & get investigated and treated.take care.wish you speedy recovery.
Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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