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I fell down from bike approx 2 months ago and when Mr. orthrogram was done yesterday the report was like this 1) biceps pulley lesion Bennets type-4 with tear in the lateral band of the coracohumeral ligament, lax superior glenohumeral ligament 2) partial splitting and edema in the long head of biceps tendon near its origin along with tear in the superior labrum 3) mild edema in the supraspinatus muscle without any appreciable tear. And the other report from another radiologist was 1) capsular tear in rotator cuff interval 2) tear of coracohumeral ligament with subluxation of long head of biceps tendon 3) partial of long head of biceps tendon at its origin near superior labrum Please suggest me what to do now in detail about medication/surgery. Please.

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I fell down from bike approx 2 months ago and when Mr. or...
how is the pain and whether there is swelling. take arnica 200 in gloubles 4pills twice daily for seven days. rhus tox200 in gloubles 4pills twice daily for seven days. and calcaria carl200 in gloubles 4 pills twice daily for seven. days. first take arnica after 7 days take rhus toa nad after 7 days take cal carb
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I fell down from bike approx 2 months ago and when Mr. or...
Hot Fomentation. Gentle Shoulder Stretching. Core Strengthening Exercises. Gentle Neck Exercises. Avoid sleeping on affected side. Warm up and cool down is a must. Hot fomentation.
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I fell down from bike approx 2 months ago and when Mr. or...
It is injury at shoulder joint. Take medicines, Do Physiotherapy. If surgery was advised you should go for it. Wishing your best. You must repair your capsule of shoulder.
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You have to consult with a good ortho. Sur. For your bennet type 4.
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