hi I would be very grateful for some advice.I am a 38yr healthy woman(i think!) and I have had a problem with my neck/shoulder/arm for some time now. It probably started around 6 months ago, with a niggling in my neck, and across my left shoulder blade area, going into the shoulder. At first i thought it was due to carrying my 6month nephew in one of those car seats. Over the next couple of months things have got really bad, with pain radiating down left arm, feeling rock hard as if muscles in spasm. Its got to the point where I have limited movement, I can't fasten my bra strap, I can't raise my arm too high up. I took myself to an osteopath who manipulated me and did a little massage but after 6 sessions at £35 I didn't really notice a difference so popped to gp who referred me for a scan. This showed no torn tendons or anything and it said it could be a frozen shoulder, wasn't sure really. Can anyone offer any advice
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