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Tracy1980 3 years ago

Hi SherryBee,
It sounds like you may have a rotator cuff injury. You may have a tear or a strained muscle. I would definatly give massage a try. I believe trigger point, or deep tissue massage would be most benificial. However, be sure to communicate with the therapist so that they do not use to much pressure. If something hurts, do not be afraid to tell them.
Also I would use hot and cold therapy. Heat to loosen the muscles and cold to reduce swelling. If none of this works after a few trys I would ask to get an MRI of you shoulder area and find out exactly what the problem is. and go from there.
Good Luck!
Tracy Klein

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