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Have cervical spondylitis and rotor calf impingement. Will laser cold treatment relieve pain in shoulder?

i have cervical spondilities since 3 years and also since 2 months i have left shoulder rotor calf impinpgenment i have taken MRA and the orthopedic surgeon suggested me to get it operated or take physiotherapy. I have taken physiotherapy for 25 days and it has given me relief but at night times i fell lot of pain in my left shoulder is laser cold treatment help me in this regard as it has come to bangalore with a wide publicity
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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The cold treatment for the shoulder impingement is not likely to benefit you a lot. It is best to get some muscle relaxants prescribed from your orthopedician and do a hot fomentation in the area for relief.
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Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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