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  • davrunner said:
    and use your left hand to do the typing. Often time initial physical therapy will cause additional pain, you should try an ddistinguish if it's different from your initial pain. Sometimes it's from muscles we haven't used in a while. I would let the therapist know you had the pain issues and back down a bit on the exercises to see if it was just a matter of too much to soon. If backing off doesn't help call your Dr and let them know the pain your having with PT.
    Typing with my left hand at work is not really an option. I'm a bookkeeper so majority of my typing is on the number pad and well, I'm just not that coordinated.
    Microlaminectomy and discectomy at C7-T1 on April 26th.
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