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Anybody had this. It's sounds like I have to have it done.
Its not too bad. The nerve block didn't work for me and I was in a lot of pain when I woke up. But other than those first couple days it really wasn't horrible. Do the rehab and you'll be good to go in 6-9 months. And you'll be fishing WAY before that.
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I have 2 friends in there mid 40s that I payed multiple sports with. Both have had the surgery in the past 10 years. Both say it's the best thing they have ever done to improve their health.
Wishing you the best 49 !
I've had 3 shoulder surgeries. I had the nerve block on 1 of them and HATED it. Felt helpless and paralyzed. I would rather have pain and know I can move my arm than feel helpless.
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Yes, the surgery is not that bad. Get a GOOD PT. The PT is the most important and it is a bitch.
For what its worth, I got the same diagnosis from the same group. I got a second opinion because of the long recovery period. Second surgeon recommended I try rehab before surgery so I'm doing exercises with a big rubber band everyday. 4 weeks in a sling during fishing and golf season made be think twice.
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