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Topic Title: Ream and Run surgery next week
Created On: 09/04/2014 04:43 PM
 
 06/23/2016 11:50 PM

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<p>&#160;Hi Goga, &#160;am wondering how your shoulder procedure went? And how's recovery. I hope it's going well! &#160;APB</p>
 06/06/2016 12:26 AM

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<p>&#160;Things are improving! &#160;Started PT. lucked out and the PT that I am using has one of there staff member 8 months post op and is back to work and is doing fantastic(it was a total shoulder replacement , but still all the same PT and stretching. Have been quite sore after the PT session but know I am getting better. Thanks for all your advice and positivity! I am Greatful! &#160;Keep in touch</p>
 06/01/2016 11:29 PM

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<p>&#160;New to the forum. Am 7 weeks post ream and run from Dr Matsen at UW. How is your recovery going? &#160;I still am experiencing tissue and muscle pain, the joint itself seem to be great and ROM is at 150 degrees plus.&#160;</p>
 05/21/2016 12:46 AM

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<p>&#160;If it makes you feel any better Goga I have not used a therapist yet. Just following DRS orders. best of luck to you!</p>
 05/21/2016 12:43 AM

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<p>&#160;Thanks for the kind words. I am very happy that you and the other ream and run people are here visiting about all this. Makes me comfortable that what I am experiencing is more or less normal. keep the communication flowing! It sure helps! &#160;</p>
 05/20/2016 02:09 PM

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<p>&#160;I see there is activity again in the forum. Watching closely your recovery and progress. I try to do without therapist, since I am travelling to Fairbanks with my family after surgery to visit my inlaws. Hope I can do without help, otherwise I need to find somebody up there. Couple more weeks and it&#180;s my turn. Best luck to everybody, let&#180;s stay in touch.</p>
 05/20/2016 11:06 AM

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<p>&#160;Thanks Ebuck! &#160;I see Matsen next week for my six week exam and finally found a PT in Moses Lake that has shoulder replacement experience. Following the Drs instructions fully and shoulder is feeling ok most days and then for no apparent reason then a rough day. &#160;Looking forward to getting back to work, I'm a farmer this time of year so I will have to take it pretty easy, &#160;thanks for all your advise and continued improvement. APB</p>
 05/18/2016 12:04 AM

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<p>&#160;Thanks a million for your experience! It's amazing how all of these sources of pain become evident at different times along the way! &#160;I am walking a couple of miles a day now and something as simple as walking makes my neck ache like crazy! &#160;But I am feeling better and wouldn't change a thing! &#160;Feeling blessed to have found Dr Matsen and his wonderful team. Thank you!</p>
 05/07/2016 07:22 PM

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<p>&#160;I am almost 4 weeks now and I have great rom, however the muscle pain is what gets me! &#160;Do you remember how long the muscle pain persisted? &#160;Thanks in advance! &#160;APB</p>
 05/07/2016 04:07 PM

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<p>Hello</p>
<p>i just had a ream and run from dr Matsen on April 12th. What a top notch operation! &#160;everyone is so helpful and positive! &#160;I wish you luck! and if you need any feedback let me know, my recovery is going well, and ROM is right where it needs to be. &#160;I am currently not going to physical therapy as I live 3 hours from Seattle but I am considering using a local therapist soon. &#160;The exercises and stretching that they give us to perform are critical and I am seeing improvement daily. Anyway, I hope all goes well!&#160;</p>
     
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