working with shoulder fusion

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Created On: 01/11/2013 01:28 AM

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 09/28/2015 06:31 PM

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thomasanderson

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jeffersonjerin, I would recommend you visit your shoulder specialist and get yourself checked again. Make sure you explain all the symptoms and problems in the affected shoulder. The treatment solely depends on the severity of the pain. It is wise to seek immediate medical advice. 



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OrthoTexas, Irving
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 07/28/2015 06:38 PM

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jeffersonjerin

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@thomasanderson doo you know any good information on this surgery I've been dealing with painful scapular winging pre and post slap tear surgery on my left shoulder and have been reseearching options but most sites mention scapular fusion or fixation hand in hand with fhsd and I do not have FHSD do you know if this surgery is good for those solely dealing with scapular winging?

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 07/28/2015 12:29 AM

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thomasanderson

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Don't worry, you will still be able to work after the surgery. The recovery takes at least 10 weeks. Make sure you perform the recommended exercises for quick and complete recovery. Stay positive!

 

 



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 01/11/2013 01:28 AM

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markj21

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Hi everyone,

I am scheduled for a sholder fusion operation to my left shoulder due to an infection with MRSA and i am wondering if after this i will be able to have an office job. Will i be able to use my bouth hands on a computer keyboard, how about driving a car ?

Thanks.
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