I had what seemed to have the symproms of frozen shoulder syndrome in my left shoulder and it is now in my right shoulder and arm..my back and right arm now show my veins outline making lines and circles show thru my skin like I am a diagram of blood vessals circulation in a textbook or something.. I have heart stent and that doctor gave me no indication the pain that it was heart related or when I had my last checkuo but didn't try to diagnose what was going on at all..any ideas ? it is all very painful and stressful
Orthopedic surgeon, chiropractor, and myofascial trigger point therapist may help your shoulder problem. Occlusal therapy may help shoulder problem ,but it's my personal annectodal experience. The vein problem may need help from vascular surgeon.
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