Merry Christmas to all!
Posted 25 December 2011 - 12:57 AM
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Posted 25 December 2011 - 03:25 PM
Thanks guys. I've already had one rotator cuff repair so I know what to expect there. The main reason for this surgery is gonna be a tendon repair and shaving a bunch of bones down,I guess I've got a bunch of bone spurs that need to come out which is why my shoulder slides in and out of place so often (and quite painful, mind you). He said anything .22 will be fine, but I better stay away from anything bigger than that for a couple of months. I had a knee surgery earlier this year (torn minuscus was the main issue, he fixed some other stuff but I don't remember what all he said) and I was out hiking around a week later. I'm pretty beat up for my age (25) but I heal pretty fast. I won't push it too hard, but I don't get to go out hunting with this particular friend very often so come hell or high water I'll be out and about (even if I just get to do the predator calling=D).Just got home from one set of in-laws so I'll take some pictures of the rifle and post them up =D
If it's a rotator cuff repair, it's a real serious issue regardless of size or strength. Pay close attention to what your surgeon says. Hopefully it's not a rotator tear repair.
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Posted 30 December 2011 - 05:35 PM
Try using your other arm to smoke with.
The healing process will be shorter, but when the block wore off last night i realized my shoulder felt like it had acid poured in it. Im young (25) so i should heal fast...now i would heal faster if i could put the smokes down Hopefully we will get to do some cotton tale before the 29th!
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