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I am experiencing a dull shoulder pain, kindly help me out

I m experiencing a dull shoulder pain and at times it will be very sharp, usually in a rotating motion i will feel it pop but i haven t fallen or hit it recently. Is this something i should be concerned about and what could it possibly be?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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Neurologist 's  Response
your symptoms are more suggestive of early frozen shoulder. The best speciality which can give more advise regarding this is the orthopedic surgeon(bone specialist)
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Anisha Parmar's  Response
firstly check all the shoulder movement if there is no problem in movement then it may be due to stiffness of that joint. you can take ekengvir ras 2tab 3times & mahavatvidhvansak ras 2tab 3times for 2wks do light rotating exercise.
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