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What could be wrong if when playing football during contact sometimes a wave of heat travels down from your left shoulder all the way down your arm and what should you do?

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2005-12-18 09:56:05
2005-12-18 09:56:05

It sounds as though you may have a trapped nerve in your neck. Get checked out before you do permanent damage.

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