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Severe underarm pain, fell while skiing, sense pain on movement. Treatment?

I have a pain in my armpit when I reach and grab things. The pain feels as though it is shooting pain until I bring my arm down. I went skiing 3 days ago and fell while I was standing in the lift line and I fell on my right side. I got up and it felt like my shirt was tight under my armpit and througout the days it nagged me. A day latter certain movements reaching forward and above my head and it feels like a tear and burning sensation under my arm to my uperback muscle and high on the triceps..
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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it looks like you have got muscle of shoulder and other soft tissue injury during skiing, that is why you are having pain. rest to the shoulder is very important. along with that can also take pain killers and muscle relaxants. kindly visit bone and soft tissue specialist (orthopedics).

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Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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