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Cause of pain in the shoulder post arthroscopy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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User :   I had surgery on april 16th for an inpingement in my left should that also had a bone spur. Arthroscopy was performed and a labral, and rotator cuff tear was found as well. labrum was torn anteriorly from 12" to 6" and a heated prob was used to "shrink" the capsule. Rotator cuff was partial torn and was just smoothed out. I am still having pain in my shoulder and my shoulder can be moved anteriorly which hurts alot. my dr acts like nothing is wrong, and ignores what i say. I have also got 3 different explanations from him and his staff about what procedures were performed during surgery.
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   Dr. XXXXXXXX here. Let me read what you have typed.
User :   ok
Doctor :   what other explanations were given to you?
User :   That the labrum was shaved
Doctor :   are you on any physiotherapy modalities to reduce pain and aid in smooth movements?
User :   then i was told there was not a labral tear
Doctor :   ok
User :   I am on PT but it starts to hurt more these days since then
Doctor :   what modalities are they using in PT?
User :   free motion
Doctor :   is it only the exercises or other modalities too?
User :   just exercised
User :   Should i seek a second opinion
Doctor :   I would suggest you for a physiotherapy that involves other measures like SWD, IFT, Wax bath etc
Doctor :   yes you can seek second opinion
User :   is it recomened?
Doctor :   from our panel specialists
User :   ok
Doctor :   XXXXX/4
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