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Swimmer. Having shoulder pain and knots in shoulder back. What are the chances of tendonitis?

I am a swimmer and have terrible sholder pain . I know I have knots in the back of my sholder, and I ve went to the doctor and they said there was a chance I had tendonitis . The pain is unbareable. I can barely lift a glass of water. I know i need to stretch and keep good posture which I ve been working on for a while. Can you please help?
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Your doctor has rightly diagnosed you. You must discus with him about treatment. He may advise you educe pain and inflammation with rest, compression, elevation, and anti-inflammatory medicines such as naproxen, or ibuprofen. Ice may also be used. At-last he may advise your steroid injection in joint.

- Apply hot packs for 30 min in morning and evening .

I hope it helps.

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