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Pain in area above bicep, worse when arm is twisted or when I use the arm to suddenly brace myself, ie., from a slip on the ice.
It can be so excruciating at times that it takes my breath away. Any help would be appreciated!

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  1. My pain continues since my last post in January. Now it has moved to my right arm while my left seems to be improving. Can be quite painful when I twist or reach across my body. The bicep muscle seems to go into spasm. Any help out there?

  2. I get a similar pain when I reach out for something on my desk, clothes on a chair, etc. Doesn’t happen all the time but seems to be increasing in number of times I get the pain. My chiro thinks it could be rotator cuff tear and suggested an MRI to rule it out. I did have a couple of falls (clutso!) in the last couple of months…in one fall I fell hard on that shoulder into a wall, the other was on ice and mostly on my back…haven’t related them as yet to the pain.

  3. Same problem. When I reach behind me, or brace myself, the pain in my left bicep can be quite bad. Physio says it is a tendon problem. I don’t think so because I never did anything to injure it. Has been going on for about 6 months. Any suggestions?

  4. I began experiencing extreme discomfort in my left bicep when my arm is in certain positions-generally slightly up and out from my body. I have been going for massage therapy and they indicated that I may have the beginning of a frozen shoulder or rotater cuff problem. Does this sound right? I am not aware of any particular thing that I did to injure this area and although my neck and shoulder were full of “knots”, does this sound like something serious enough to consult a physician? The problem has persisted for 6 weeks. Thank you

  5. I think i have the same thing, really bad pain if i for example reach out suddenly to get a door or catch a ball. Would be nice to know what it might be before seeing the Physio.

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