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Re: [IP] manipultive surgery for frozen shoulder anyone?



HI...I've had the manipulation done twice on the same shoulder...I let it go
entirely too long the first time (like about 2 years,because I didn't know
what was wrong) and still had pain afterwards...with PT it got
better...still with pain and it came "back" with a vengeance...I had a
second manipulation done last Nov and have been pain free since...I have
about 90% motion back...but the PAIN IS GONE......hope this helps some...

hang in there.....

Rhonda...
Type 1 -37 years and pumping for 7 years....LOVE MY PUMP!!!!!!!!
----- Original Message -----
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To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2002 6:54 PM
Subject: [IP] manipultive surgery for frozen shoulder anyone?


> <PRE>Hi, has anyone heard of this or had this done for frozen shoulder. I
have
> been doing pt with great sucess. but my doctor said if i did not get
better,
> he would perform surgery. which i thought would be an acutual incision,
but i
> was wrong. he said he would do manipultibe surgery, where they put you
under
> and stretch your arm/shoulder area in such a way, you could not handle the
> pain being awake. i do not need to get this done, since the pt is working
so
> well for me. had anyone had this done before? did it help? thanks Eileen
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