i'm suffering from right shoulder blade pain & weakness in arm since last 9 moths.; I put a whole body weight on my right shoulder while getting up from bed;there was a jerk/popping sound.just little pain i righht shoulder blade area for 2-3 days;
after 2 months whenever i pull or push with my right hand;pain in right shoulder blade starts & pain in right arm with weakness which resolves in 7-10 days with rest to right arm (no strenous activities)
had consulted orthopaedist & nurologist. onducted X ray of cervical spine;X ray & MRI of right shoulder with no abnormality.
may be due to jerk there was some partial muscle tear (may be rhomboid muscle) in my right shoulder blade & it healed with scar tissue & whenever i pulls or push something hard this tissue may be pinching my nerve resulting in symptoms which resolves with rest.
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