Six years ago I broke my right clavical and it healed incorrectly. Five years ago I had a modified Mumford procedure to relieve the pain caused by this injury. I had no problems until one month ago when I woke up with severe pain in my neck, shoulder and arm. I was unable to raise my arm without the pain increasing. After 10 days the pain subsided and I was left with what appears to be a winged scapula and weakness in my right arm. I am unable to lift any weight over my head or even do a pushup. My scapula protrudes excessively any time I lift my arm above my chest. It has been a month and things are not improving. I read the articles posted about the Long thoracic nerve/winged scapula and Parsonage-Turner syndrome. I am curious if this is a result of the surgery I had performed five years ago. I have not consulted a physician in hopes that the condition will improve on it's own.
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