impingement syndrome- wtf

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  1. Birdhouse in ur Soul

    Birdhouse in ur Soul omg a girl! Pam>Karen and The Office Crew #8

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    I have been seeing a doctor for chronic fatigue syndrome and while checking my neuros he tells me I have this impingement syndrome in my shoulder. When I work my shoulders they hurt like hell....but I thought it was just normal. My arm also falls asleep alot faster than the other. So he said most people need surgery to correct it, but I have been reading alot of people suggest therapy too. Anyone have any suggestions?
     
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and say with something like that, I'd take the physicians advice over an internet forum. :dunno:
     
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    Birdhouse in ur Soul omg a girl! Pam>Karen and The Office Crew #8

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    Well, of course :o But I was curious if anyone had any experience with this. I want to get a second opinion and maybe someone here has had different drs opinions :dunno:
     
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    jessb20hatch Let's bang like Myosin & Actin

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    Try physical therapy first. We have a few patients with it but relating from different causes.
     
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    Birdhouse in ur Soul omg a girl! Pam>Karen and The Office Crew #8

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    I saw the orthopedic who specializes in shoulders. They took xrays and they said the problem is in my cervical spine- its too straight, no curve. So I see the neck guy next week. Any insight into that? You seem to know a little something about something and I cant even find anything online that I can read and understand :mamoru:
     
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