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Re: New Knee

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12-04-2012 20:07:37

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Good luck with the recovery.

I am going in January to have my shoulder cleaned up, guess that will take several weeks of downtime and therapy. I have been waiting for it to freeze up and log out some firewood for next year. May have to put that off.

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12-05-2012 04:06:35

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 Re: New Knee in reply to David G, 12-04-2012 20:07:37  
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I had my Rt. shoulder repaired about 15 yrs ago following three separate traumatic events. It is now keeping me awake at night, so it is next on the list, perhaps late this winter. I had my left done about six years ago. They thought that all that was needed was to clean up some calcium deposits, but once they got in there they found that they needed to also repair a torn rotator cuff, and to remove a shredded tendon. I hope that all you need is the clean up, but if it is more you will be that much better.

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12-05-2012 05:57:25

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 Re: New Knee in reply to showcrop, 12-05-2012 04:06:35  
I am not looking forward to more surgery, but I would like to use that shoulder again. It feels like it is full of gravel.

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