Our expert says:
The wrist will not be part of the shouler problem and would be a different entity.
in you case the shoulder pain may be due to one of a few causes : with your age, gender and activity level i would consider one of the following :
- osteoarthritis of the joint
-calcific tendinitis of the rotator cuff
One could make significant progress by simply taking an X-ray of your shoulder as that would already show us if there is osteoarthritis or calcific tendinitis . If you had an X-ray taken( electronic ) then you are welcome to e-mail it to us to have a look at. After X-ray you will need to be examined by an expert if the diagnosis is still in doubt.
All the best,
Dr Joe de Beer
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