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It all appears to be tendinitis. Means inflammation of muscle end where it is attached to the bone. Many times this inflammation develops due to over and unusual use of that particular muscle .
This can be over come by some regular physiotherapy
, antiinflammatory drugs along rest to that muscle. Usually it takes some to subside.
Orthopedic consultation to be sought for local examination, exact diagnosis and proper management.
Physiotherapist consultation is quite important for the symptomatic relief
Xray cervical region with shoulder is required to reach the diagnosis.
Other possible causes may be extra cervical rib. Cervical spondylitis etc which may be causing some irritation of cervical nerves
and in result pain and its radiation
Hope the query is answered.
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