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Old 07-19-2010, 10:00 AM   #1
Christopher G Nigh
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Unhappy Severe Shoulder Pain

1.Severe glenohumeral joint degenerative changes with marked articular cartilage loss and posterior subcortical cystic change.
2.Probable loose body or debris within the fluid filled biceps tendon sheath.
3.Subcoracoid bursitis.
4.Intact rotator cuff with tendinosis,most evident in the distal subscapularis tendon.

Need help was in car accident unfortunately , lost employment soon afterwards just found job and will have insurance soon accident was other drivers fault ,but still in massive pain have hard time picking up 2 year old .Feal like mobility is getting less and less frequent .Can anybody translate?Thank you and god bless
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Old 07-19-2010, 01:32 PM   #2
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Re: Severe Shoulder Pain

Yea, if the pain was the result of the accident, and in the other driver has insurance, and they were the cause of the accident then the at fault insurance company is responsible for your treatment costs. So long as you haven't already settled with the insurance company.
If they don't have insurance, you may have uninsured motorist coverage or medical payments on your policy which will cover your treatment.

Get a referral for a personal injury attorney since it sounds like you don't have any idea if someone can help you. There are some good ones, most PI attorneys are scumbags, thus the referral. Or get a referral for a PT, or chiro(that knows their joints), and get yourself taken care of properly.
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Old 07-19-2010, 04:34 PM   #3
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Re: Severe Shoulder Pain

Basically, a bunch of not-so-bad stuff but when combined into one shoulder it's not very good at all.

Like Brian said.. get an attorney.

Also, see a physical therapist...
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