For about a period of a year, I have had chronic shoulder pain, which had inhibited me from progressing in weight lifting. Recently I saw my doctor, and got an MRI and X-ray to find that I have a swollen and inflamed AC joint and no tears in my shoulder. My current symptoms show slight tenderness when putting any light pressure on the top of my shoulder and constant clicking if I rotate my shoulder inward. There is also somewhat of a grinding sensation in my shoulder when I rotate my arm in this fassion. He recomended that I take a few months off from lifting and doing any pressure exercises on that area of the shoulder, while taking two doses of anti inflamatory medication daily, one in the evening and night. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there recomendations that anyone has for the recovery process?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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