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To top it off they found an abnormality that is going to make things difficult. They are gonna do a total, reverse, replacement. pic attached.
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Richard,

just an observation, but it appears that the Reverse method makes for a more solid attachment to the shoulder? to me, it would seem to be stronger and more lasting for you.

Maybe I missed it, but do you now have new doctors and a local surgeon near you in Idaho?

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Richard,

just an observation, but it appears that the Reverse method makes for a more solid attachment to the shoulder? to me, it would seem to be stronger and more lasting for you.

Maybe I missed it, but do you now have new doctors and a local surgeon near you in Idaho?
Hi John,

I do have new docs in Idaho, they served as 2nd opinion. The point of the reverse is "A reverse total shoulder replacement works better for people with cuff tear arthropathy because it relies on different muscles to move the arm. In a healthy shoulder, the rotator cuff muscles help position and power the arm during range of motion. A conventional replacement device also uses the rotator cuff muscles to function properly. In a patient with a large rotator cuff tear and cuff tear arthropathy, these muscles no longer function. The reverse total shoulder replacement relies on the deltoid muscle, instead of the rotator cuff, to power and position the arm."

This will be the third time in this shoulder. No wear surfaces left, sick muscles and tendons...

Hope you are well...


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