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  • Posted By: Bailey13
  • November 18, 2006
  • 04:39 AM

I got a sevre frozen left shoulder, I had it operated on 2 years ago and it fixed the problem.
3 months after the operation I started getiing pain in my right elbow ( I thought it was from overcompensating for my left side).

Now I have severe neck pain on the right side (my head strains to the right) it gets so bad I cannot support my head, severe right arm pain with restricted movement, and acute pain in the arm muscle if I move the arm further than it is restricted.
I also have pins and needles in both hands.
Now for about the last 4 weeks I have muscle pain in my groin area, cant cross my legs from right to left.

I thought it was another frozen shoulder but my surgeon and myself dont think so as it is completely differant.

The musle in my neck tightens on the right side, everything seems to be on the right, the pain never stops never eases it has just been getting worse.
I still have a little ache in the left shoulder but have full movement back.

I am female 39

Anyway Ideas anyone, it has been going on to long now

Cheers Bailey

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  • Go and see an osteopath, preferrably one with sport injury experience because they would have dealt with individuals who have had operations.They are good at essessing muscular problems and can do various forms of massage. Rolfing is also somehting you could look into after the osteopath if you find no happiness there; the osteopath may already be familiar with rolfing.Rolfing is brillient in freeing up frozen anything. :-) My osteopath does a form of Rolfing as does my brillient pilates instructor. Rolfing can be painful, but more rolfers are learning to be a little less hard. It is deep, very slow massage of the tissue to release knots and blocks formed over many years. That is why it can alos be painful as some of the knots could have been there years and dont vanish over night.All the best.Agape,searchingsam.
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