Are vaccinations associated with shoulder pain? Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA) has received a lot of attention on social media as vaccination levels have increased. If your patient has shoulder pain after a vaccine, what does this mean for treatment?
Also in this podcast, how can you identify non-musculoskeletal causes of shoulder pain related to NSAID use or viscera?
Find out in this podcast with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist).
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Articles associated with this episode:
Bancsi A, Houle SK, Grindrod KA. Getting it in the right spot: Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA) and other injection site events. Canadian Pharmacists Journal/Revue des Pharmaciens du Canada. 2018 Sep;151(5):295-9.
Gonzalez AI, Kortlever JT, Moore MG, Ring DC. Influenza Vaccination Is Not Associated with Increased Number of Visits for Shoulder Pain. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®. 2020 Oct 1;478(10):2343-8.
Hesse EM, Atanasoff S, Hibbs BF, Adegoke OJ, Ng C, Marquez P, Osborn M, Su JR, Moro PL, Shimabukuro T, Nair N. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA): petitioner claims to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 2010–2016. Vaccine. 2020 Jan 29;38(5):1076-83.
Hibbs BF, Ng CS, Museru O, Moro PL, Marquez P, Woo EJ, Cano MV, Shimabukuro TT. Reports of atypical shoulder pain and dysfunction following inactivated influenza vaccine, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 2010–2017. Vaccine. 2020 Jan 29;38(5):1137-43.