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September 20, 2021  
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Topic Title: Ac joint resection and still have horrible pain after two years
Created On: 09/12/2014 03:58 AM
 11/28/2015 01:55 PM

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<p>&#160;Hi, looked at your x ray and my x ray looks about the same. &#160;I don't know about the surgery, just know a lot about the pain, but I think in both our cases they removed too much of the clavicle bone. &#160;</p>
 09/29/2014 10:09 PM

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<p>I had a distal clavicle 9 months ago. Like you, I have horrible pain. This differs from the pain I had pre surgery. This is in my actual shoulder joint. Its like having a toothache all the time where the pain ranges from 2 all the way up to 7. At times it burns like I have been scalded with hot water "inside the joint". The Dr who performed the surgery has no answers</p>
 09/12/2014 03:58 AM

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<p>Hi everyone . I just wanted to get an a opinion here. I've had shoulder problems for three years on my ac joint. I had surgery done two years ago. The orthopedic doctor said he shaved off bone. After surgery I was still in a lot of pain. He then told me he didn't know what else to do, so I left it like that. It's been two years already and now the pain is worse then ever . Here's an xray of my shoulder how it looks after surgery hopefully someone can tell me what It can be. I've seen a second opinion and got nothing ! He said just do PT WICH I ALSO DO. Thank you hopefully I can get some help Here a link to the X-ray of my right shoulder after surgery</p>
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