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Injured left shoulder. Have pain while lifting above shoulder level. Treatment?

hi , i injured my left shoulder a month ago in the gym. i have given it ice treatment for 2-3 days and heat treatment after that.however still now i feel pain when i lift something above my shoulder level. and sometimes small knocking sounds are heard near the shoulder blade. my age is 23 .i ve been doin rehab exercises from 10-15 days like streching and working all possible shoulder movements with slow lifts.. please help
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, It is orthopedic injury and you are taking it lightly, you should go for x-ray of injured part to rule out the fracture, now first you go get done x-ray, the possibility of fracture is more likely, let the report come of x-ray then we will think about the possible treatment, till then keep the arm in non-motile condition, Have good day.
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