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Date Posted: 15:59:07 09/06/16 Tue
Author: c
Subject: I am assuming you are the poster about the torn rotator cuff below....
In reply to: ? 's message, "Has anyone ever had to deal with workers comp?" on 04:12:49 08/27/16 Sat

My son just had surgery for a torn labrum...right by the rotator cuff...it went surprisingly well. The biggest thing so far has been the immobilization, as that makes life somewhat difficult. A big tip, be sure to get the sling/immobilizer that wraps around your middle and has the pillow to rest your arm on. Good luck with your surgery and hope you have a speedy recovery.

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