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Pain in shoulder on throwing a ball, during movement, had taken treatment post injury. Cause and cure?

Hi, I hurt my shoulder a while back and the GP told me to rub ibuprofen gel and take ibuprofen tablets over a week or two to target pain quickly- this stopped the un-bearable pain, however, since then i still feel pain after I finish a game of hockey or i throw a ball in my right shoulder on the sort of ball in my shoulder. Also when I move it forwards and feel when it hurts it feel jumpy and not quite right. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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This pain is due to swollen capsule over the shoulder joint. You should take Ibuprofen tablets if the pain is severe and give rest to the shoulder joint that will be fine over a period of 02 to 03 weeks. There is nothing to worry about if the pain doesnot respond after 03 weeks you should have an MRI of shoulder joint for any tendon rupture or swollen joint.

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Answered: Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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