i am suffering from shoulder spasm( Trapezius,tightness in shoulder and pain) for last 1.5 yrs. i went for physiotherapy (laser,IFT,Ultrasound,Taping everything),allopathic and homeopathic treatment. Initially it started with right shoulder but after taking Physiotherapy it transferred to left and for last 1.5 yrs it is on left shoulder.
I have also undergone X ray which shows nothing. The movements of hand are fine but bit of heavyness and weakness.Even one Ortho Dr told me not to apply gel or do massage on spasms while other Orthos told you can do it.
Who is right here?
Is there any supporter which I can wear while working on Laptop as my profile involves office work only.
What will happen if I don't take any treatment for Spasm or whatever problem in your observation?
What can be the problem I am facing according to your experience?
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