Can someone explain what can cause this? The doc told me that it isn't necessarily caused by repetitive motion, so what else could be causing it? He asked me if I play golf, I told him no. I also do not play raquetball(sp) or tennis. He went on to explain that the reason my whole arm hurt ( I thought it might be a mild fracture due to an earlier injury) was because the swelling from the tendons and so forth was pressing on the nerves and causing the pain to radiate to my shoulder. He prescribed a band (which is helping a lot), ice and 1000 mg of Naproxen a day. Anyone have any experience with this??
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