|Author:||Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:||
You want to exercise it and do stretches. Talk to you doctor he/sh can advise you best but with mie I exercise it and do stretches. When it's real painful I use ice and then heat. Good Luck!
The Best You Can Be At Any
Given Moment Is Yourself
-Elizabeth Alraune sosmegod
I have a separated shoulder and I've got some pretty nasty arthritis in it. When I was in the accident where it was separated I didn't have insurance so I never saw a doctor about it until well after the fact, and by that point in time there really wasn't much that could be done to help me with it. The best thing I can do for my shoulder is to not sleep on it very often at all.
There was much rejoicing!
Hi there. I recently had surgery on my shoulder for what we thought was a rotator cuff injury. Afterward, my surgeon told me that I have arthritis and that it was totally unexpected.
Now I'm adjusting to this news and what I can do to get back my fitness and move forward with this.
Does anyone else have arthritis in their shoulder(s)? I've been doing some reading on this, but most of the articles and books are geared toward knees and hips.
Live long and prosper