Not sure if this is the correct place to post this or not.
I have been have ongoing shoulder pain with dizziness / optical migraine for the last 2 years. I am on topomax which has helped with the dizziness / migraine. The shoulder pain has been getting worse recently. I have had an MRI done which showed no tears, just lots of inflammation. I noticed the other day that my right shoulder is sloped and at least a 1 1/2" lower than my left (don't know how I haven't noticed this until know). I have pain when I rake, shovel, do any overhead projects. I have quite a bit of muscular pain between the scapula and spine when doing activities. Also, feels like my shoulder is a little loose and I get clicking quite a bit. I get quite a bit of muscle tension in neck and a the base of skull (am always popping my neck to loosen it up). I had done physical therapy awhile back and all this seemed to do was aggravate my neck muscles.
I am looking for a little direction / help with what might me going on and what kind of doctor that I need to see.
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