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shoulder spur/rotary cuff

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:29 AM in New Member Introductions
:? I had rotary cuff surgery,( in Jan.09) now I found out I have a spur on the same shoulder. I don't know to do now. I have been in P.T. for 9 weeks, and I see very, very little progress. I had to have the surgery, I was hurt on the job. Now if I do elect to have this (surgery) who will have to pay, me or W.C. If any one out can help me in any way, please do.


  • hi and welcome to the forum! :H we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. i am sorry i am not familiar with your problem. we do have pain in common though. ~X( there is a "Health Insurance" forum which might have some answers for you. :? good luck and i hope you are well on the road to recovery soon! :D Jenny :)
  • Welcome to spine-health. Was the bone spur prior to having surgery. The surgeon that operated on your shoulder what is he saying about this bone spur? Recovering from shoulder surgery is long process and they may not be what is causing your pain. Talk to the surgeon and see what he/she suggest. I would think that the spur is going to belong to work comp as well. Anyway welcome to spine-health.
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