5 months ago I had surgery on my right shoulder due to limited movement and pain in my shoulder blade. At that time I was having slight tingling in my right hand that was bothersome. I had a EMG done and the doctor said that my nerves were just fine. They did surgery and removed a bone spur that he says would have eventually tore my rotator cuff in 6 months and cleaned up some bursitis.
Now 5 months down the road my shoulder blade is aching and burning. It's radiating tingling and pain down the back of my arm into my elbow and hand and is now moving over into my back, neck and left shoulder do to the fact that I'm trying to find a position that it doesn't hurt in. Sitting and standing seem to be the only times it does this. Sleeping and laying down I don't have to much trouble. I've been suffering from headaches almost daily also.
Anyone have any ideas?
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