Ream and Run Recovery

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Topic Title: Ream and Run Recovery
Created On: 01/03/2012 08:48 AM

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 05/28/2012 01:57 AM

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Jeniffer

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Are you able to make proper movements? Don't you have pain anymore?
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 02/23/2012 06:19 PM

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danjohnson

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just wondering how it is going? About same size as you, post op week and half for me. Good info on jogging. thanks
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 01/03/2012 08:48 AM

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geffed

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I had the ream and run performed back in January of 2011. There was a lot of post op pain. Physical therapy didn't seem to help much. I was told by Dr. Williams (performed the surgery) that he is fiinding that larger men seem to have more pain and problems with this procedures. I'm 6'4" tall. Around June, I started stretching exercises 3xs a day at home. There was marginal range improvement. I then got back into jogging. The pain lessened and I got more range of motion. I don't know if it is the constant jolting while jogging, but it has helped out tremendously. Dr. Williams had suggested that I get the full shoulder replacement. He said I would be pain free. I'm glad I didn't. I wasn't ready to be cut again. It may also have been the passage of time (1 year post op). Either way, I'm happy with my shoulder now.
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