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Stretching elbows causes cracking in shoulders, unable to move neck and spine. Anything to stop the pain ?

Hi... My shoulders really hurts, when i stretch my elbows, it cracks in a painful way, I would be typing normally but then my shoulder would get dislocated, I was fine at first but then my neck can barely move, and my upper spine feels like the muscles are crunshing together, I can barely type, my fingers can barely move, I m double jointed and have flat feet , my shoulders would hurt so much and I have to bend it in the most impossible ways to get it to stop aching just for a moment. I m 15 years old, and I once jumped off a roof when I was 9 and hurt my back but we never went to see a doctor, can you tell me, is there anything I can do to stop the pain?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Sports Medicine Specialist 's  Response
make arm sling on affected upper limb for fixation.MAKE MRI for shoulder and cervical
take bristaflam tab medication
then go to orthopaedist with report of MRI THEN MAKE PHYSICAL THERAPY
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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