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Neck and shoulder pain, muscle spasms, leg and cervical buzzing since shoulder surgery. What should be done?

Hi, I have had 2 shoulder (right) to remove bone spur and impingement since then i have severe neck & shoulder pain (left), muscle spasms, leg buzzinng and cervical buzzing like I have a mobile phone in my pocket. The Chiro has been unable to release the tightness and neither have the excercices worked, painkillers and anti-inflammatories also don t help much. I don t sleep much because I am uncomfortable and in pain and I don t know what else to do . . . Thank you, Siobhan
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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hi, thanks for the question,

Shoulder impingement syndrome is something tht has been best treated conservatively than surgically. Anyways, Here surgery has been done which probably is either arthroscopic sub acromial decompression or partial removal of acromion if it is of ( type ii or type III i.e. curved or bent type ).

Here the possibility is tht either there has been only partial decompression or that the neuro bundle has not been released of compression.It looks like THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME. First line of management is EXERCISE, EXERCISE AND EXERCISE.
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