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Pain in the shoulder causing sleeplessness. Solution?

I have seen a ciropractor for the last 3 months for my neck , which has really bothered my shoulder real bad. Chiropract did not work for me they suggested that i would need a MRI . After reading the above, when do i need a MRI, now im not sure what to do, I do not have health Ins. or any medicade so money is an issue. My work that i do for a living is physical work so i know that doesnt help. Two years ago i had another ciropractor tell me that i had pinched nerve in my neck but nothing got resolved then either. I loose lots of sleep because of the pain in my shoulder, I dont know what to do, Please can you help?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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AS A PHYSIOTHERAPIST I CAN SUGGEST TO CONSULT A PHYSIOTHERAPIST.DID YOU GO FOR AN X-RAY? CONDITIONS LIKE CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS OR ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS MAY CAUSE SUCH TYPE OF PAIN.
Answered: Sat, 19 Oct 2013
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