Hydrodilition, Trigenics

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Topic Title: Hydrodilition, Trigenics
Created On: 06/28/2015 09:58 PM

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 12/17/2015 06:28 AM

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thomasanderson

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 Mktimpact, how are you now?



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OrthoTexas, Irving
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 10/24/2015 08:40 PM

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elizabethr

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I only drop in here occasionally, because my FS (both shoulders) is completely gone. I'm a real believer in hydrodilatation (which does have other names), but in the interval between my two FSs it seemed to become less popular.  It's not a cure, but helps things along - can be a first step to thawing. I don't know if this comes too late for you, but do look around at old posts on the topic - I wrote a good bit about the procedure. Best wishes - I'm here to tell you that it IS possible to recover fully! 

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 08/03/2015 02:22 PM

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FrancineTaylor

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mktimpact, did you get the hydrodilation?  I am very interested in it, but cannot find anyone here in town (Portland, OR, USA) who knows anything about it.  I have called 3 ortho clinics...nothing.

I'd be very interested to know if you (or anyone who reads this) found it effective.

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 06/28/2015 09:58 PM

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mktimpact

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Hi all,Just found the forum after suffering several months with FS and bursitis in both the shoulder and elbow. I know what caused the elbow issue, however not the FS. Saw a surgeon last week who told me he would do arthroscopy & MUA jointly, however to do hydrodilitation first. which is happening tomorrow.I have read up on Trigenics and noticed a few older posts stating it was not at that time proven. Has anyone had experience since with it working? Seems a better option than surgery if it works. I am based in Australia and notice there is a clinic in another state, however wondering if anyone has had positive results.So glad I found this forum as although I have been a chronic pain sufferer (back and neck) for 30 years, this is a whole new experience of pain, and its a lonely journey. Look forward to connecting.CheersWill
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