[Magdalen] Good news, bad news...

Christopher Hart cervus51 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 10 04:39:43 UTC 2020

Rotator cuff surgery is easy. The rehab afterwards not so much. It just
takes time to get range of motion back and then strengthen again. I've had
both shoulders done (not at the same time). The worst part especially in
the early days is trying to sleep with the arm in a bulky sling. It's much
easier to do that in a recliner if she has one than lying down in a bed.

On Thu, Jan 9, 2020 at 5:52 PM Grace Cangialosi <gracecan at gmail.com> wrote:

> It’s been one of those days...
> First the good news:
> Joseph has received a nomination to all four service academies! Now he has
> to wait to see where he gets accepted and also needs to get a medical
> waiver for an elbow injury from a couple of years ago. So we’re still
> keeping our fingers crossed.
> Bad news:
> My daughter learned today that she needs rotator cuff surgery and has
> scheduled it for February 3rd. The original injury was two years ago, so
> this isn’t a complete surprise, but still...


Christopher Hart

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