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    Torn Ligament/Muscle in the Shoulder?

    Can anyone help me with this I have a shoulder injury and my guess is that I tore a liagment on my right shoulder, I can't bench or do other lifts involving pushing and other movements like that. Yes I've seen a doctor and I'm waiting for the specialist to call me. My problem is that my right trap is smaller then my left one when it relaxed as well as flexed.

    Here are the ligaments/muscles that I think I have torn
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coracoclavicular_ligament

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternohyoid_muscle

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternocleidomastoid_muscle

    Any help would be great I just can't be sitting back doing no upper body in the gym.
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    Is your Right shoulder elevated higher than the Left when you look in the mirror? Is your Right arm rotated inward/outward relative to the Left? Are there differences in how your clavicles look (i.e. protruding, elevated...etc). What kind of movements are impaired at your shoulder....Flexion/Abduction/Extension?
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    My right shoulder is normal compared to my left. Only problem is the trap is smaller than the left. The motions that give me pain are pushing and some pulling so I can't do bench, push ups, dips, etc. If this helps then what could it be if you need more just ask.
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    I have the same problem, my entire right side of my body is smaller/weaker than the left. This has caused a lot of pain in my R shoulder/elbow(tennis elbow). I also have these pains in the left side but no where as bad. I think it could be a neural blockage causing this but no Dr will listen to me.
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