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Having pain and stiffness in shoulder. MRI showed clear. How to get relief?

Hi I have pain in right shoulder radiating to middle finger . There is one point in the upper back near spine on reight side when i press it, it pains a lot.I did MRI of cervical and whole spine it shows normal.When i wake up in the morning my shoulder joint is stiff and too much paining. I am software engineer usually work for 9 hours on desk.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Hi beena.senjaliya,
I have gone through your question, Without physical diagnosis and medical history it would be suitable to draw any conclusions.

In your case of stiff shoulder it could be adhesive capsulitis . Adhesive capsulitis is a common problem (especially in the case of women ) and is completely curable with just simple exercises like moving your arm in to various positions and also yoga.Adhesive capsulitis is a problem where the area around the shoulder joint swells or gets numb but later it becomes normal , the reasons for this could be overuse or being in a fixed postions for a long period etc.

I would suggest you to visit your nearest general physician for further medication.

If you face any problem ahead please feel free to email me ,

Wishing you to get well soon,

Dr.G.Gayatri devi
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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hi. i think this stiffness is due to cold ,but you should go for blood test for uric acid test and RA factor,if these tests are normal then with regular shoulder exercise will be very benefecial for you because your job is like maximum time you are on chair
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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