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    #31
    miltongm09....You mean lots of meat products?

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      #32
      I finally had an mri on my right shoulder and he said it showed a small tear. Now after a few months it's like the rotator cuff has strengthened back up.

      But now it's like I get a catch in my shoulder. Kinda like it pops out of joint and then it hurts when I get it out of that catch if that makes any sense to ya'll.
      I can still lift it over my head but it feels like there's a pop. I'm still doing the exersicis that the OT taught me, even using some 5 lb weights.

      Any ideas?
      Last edited by rollin64; 6 Sep 2021, 5:15 PM.

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        #33
        Tendon and ligament tears rarely heal on their own. If you tore those as part of your rotator cuff structure, you may now be seeing the results. I would recommend getting another physical exam by your shoulder specialist, and you may need another MRI.

        (KLD)
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          #34
          Now you got me worried again KLD, because you're always right. But thank you I value your advice.

          I'll have these things done and see what the outcome is.

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            #35
            Rolling 64, I would look at the lipogems for your shoulders. I just had my second shoulder repaired six weeks ago and its like new. Kessler in west orange are conducting trials but I paid out of pocket for my second on in Fort Myers, Florida. Its a priceless procedure with only a couple days of downtime. I tore the rotators, tendons, labrum and had arthritis. Lipo gems are a game changer for the orthopedic industry. The doctor conducting trials at Kessler is Dr. Trevor Dyson.

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              Just to be clear, Lipogems® is a brand name for fat-derived autologous (your own) stem cell retrieval and injections. Not all insurances will cover this. (KLD)

            #36
            I signed up for a clinical trial at Kessler and it was Free for my right shoulder. My left shoulder I paid $3,500. It was a priceless procedure with no downtime verses surgery. I highly recommend anyone close to Kessler to look into it. It was a quality of life changer for me.

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