[Magdalen] Good news, bad news...

Rick Mashburn ricklmashburn at gmail.com
Fri Jan 10 04:43:37 UTC 2020

I agree, Christopher! I've had both shoulders done (detached supra spinatis
muscle on both cases) and I'm better than ever. Surgery was outpatient and
I went back to work a week later.

I bought a used recliner to sleep in for a few weeks. Great advice!

Peace, Rick

On Thu, Jan 9, 2020, 10:39 PM Christopher Hart <cervus51 at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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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