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Supraspinatus tear - how did you get back climbing

shortman
29/08/2012
6:35:49 PM
On 29/08/2012 dalai wrote:
>Back on topic please, or I will start nuking irrelevant posts...

Good luck with that.
kieranl
29/08/2012
9:34:00 PM
On 29/08/2012 Cliff D wrote:
>Hey Kieran, in 2008, I had a GP-referred MRI with gad in NSW. It depends
>on the referral question. For example, in 2008 GPs gained the right to
>refer for knee MRI. See link http://ama.com.au/node/2852 In 2012, a range
>of changes will/have taken place regarding GP-MRI referring rights. But
>I thought you worked in a hospital.
You are partially correct. I do attend a hospital site during office hours. However my medical knowledge is obviously out of date. Mind you I haven't been called upon to stand in for one of our surgeons for some time so it's hardly surprising.

tnd
30/08/2012
9:46:30 AM
On 29/08/2012 Eduardo Slabofvic. wrote:
>How much does an MRI cost?

I had a MRI three months ago in Sydney, referred by shoulder specialist. Two scans - non-contrast, then contrast - $600. Got $500 back from Medicare.

Eduardo Slabofvic
30/08/2012
11:40:16 AM
Thanks.

A year and a half off with the mother of all shoulder injuries, and now I do the other one in a skiing stack. A possible infraspinatus tear.
Wendy
30/08/2012
5:01:46 PM
oh f---, i hadn't heard that. Do you need your sling back? I am free of it now!

davidn
30/08/2012
5:23:39 PM
How's the healing going Wends?
gfdonc
30/08/2012
5:49:30 PM
On 30/08/2012 Eduardo Slabofvic. wrote:
>A year and a half off with the mother of all shoulder injuries, and now
>I do the other one in a skiing stack.

Photos or it didn't happen.
Wendy
30/08/2012
8:34:21 PM
On 30/08/2012 davidn wrote:
>How's the healing going Wends?

Wends ... since when did I get Wends????

Good I think. Or at least so I'm told. I'm working on extreme stretching. One must have some extreme activities in one's life. I have an alarm set every two hours from 9-9 to remind me to stretch! I can almost reach straight up now. It is, however, far less painful than the first 4 weeks. Having 6 holes drilled in your shoulder is bad. Very very bad. But i've been off the painkillers completely for about 6 weeks. 3 months down. 3 months to go. I have never spent an entire winter in Nati before. I shall endeavour never to do one again, it is miserable, but I guess it's good that the weather didn't leave me feeling like I was missing out on prime climbing weather. Although it is just starting to now. But I've been doing a bunch of walking in the Gramps and I've just got the go ahead to start jogging again. Booked a beach holiday for when I'm scheduled to be able to swim again in October.
patto
Online Now
30/08/2012
9:14:08 PM
I thought I tore my Supraspinatus. THREE physios indicated it was likely a supraspinatus tear. Most of my research indicated that the supraspinatus doesn't heal well and need surgury. So after 3 weeks I saw a surgeon and got an MRI.

Turns out it was a break of the scapula. Overall it had a far better prognosis than a tear so I was very happy. 2 months later I was fine... I think i was quite lucky really.

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