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CHEESE2009
08-16-2009, 02:11 AM
Last year I broke my arm & shoulder...

Went to the doctor & a few months later my hand was good and ready...

My shoulder was "ignored" by doctors 3 times. "Oh don't worry, there is nothing wrong"

I'll show you the x-ray from last year.

<a href="http://s100.photobucket.com/albums/m25/mad_insane/?action=view&current=imbroken.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m25/mad_insane/imbroken.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

These pictures were months after busting myself up...

My hand is healed, though my life has changed & I'm scared to use it for most things LOL.

Anyway, I stopped working out for a long time... Tonight I felt good, I said, I'm gonna get back into it...

Tonight I started with the basics, what I have in my house... well I have a gym in the damn house lol.. I started with the bench press.

When I stopped, the last weight I lifted was 220 pounds, the bar was still on the bench press untouched for a year.

I took off 110lbs, just to warm up. So I'm there with 100lbs...

I lift the weight off the bar & my shoulder just ACHES! I put it down & I just wanted to smash something. I wanna go back in the hospital for the 1000th time & just ... well.. not much I can do... I wanna yell at a doctor... It will make me feel good.

I REMEMBER WHY I STOPPED! MY DAMN SHOULDER!!! How sad, I can't do crap anymore!!!!!

I went to the clinic immediately after the accident, 3 hours later, they gave me a note to go to the hospital.

I go to the hospital, 5 hours later a receptionist gives me a paper. 1 hour later I get called to see a doctor, he tells me to sit down... 1 more hour later, I go get an xray... 30 minutes later, I get my xray & the doctor says, "you hurt your shoulder, give it time to heal"

3 visits later... same story... f'ing slackers!

It's been a year now, so if I go back this week I'm gonna be so angry to hear "just give it time" or some stupid crap that DOESN'T FIX ME!!!



Anyone have any recommendations or a solution? I have a client who is a doctor, though she never told me she was, I just looked her up.. Should I confront her and go through embarrassment saying, "I LOOKED YOU UP!" lmao

I could offer her a discount for her doctor magic... Depends what kinda doc she is too.. Maybe she can write me notes to go to the hospital without having to spend my life at a clinic...

Steve
08-16-2009, 06:09 AM
Is it possible the bone never really gets a chance to heal because of constant use?

CHEESE2009
08-16-2009, 11:14 PM
I don't believe I'm using it too much.

I think that my arm is jammed into my shoulder bone (what do u think of the pics? Gross)

I wanna know how to get it fixed.. Normally people with dislocated shoulders just slam it back into place.. Maybe I need someone to pull LOL.

I looked it up all night yesterday & tried not to get grossed out, I hate xrays.

Steve
08-16-2009, 11:50 PM
I wish I knew more about this to help you out. Have you emailed these pics to any doctors or maybe even medical schools? Maybe they could suggest something?

CHEESE2009
08-17-2009, 12:22 AM
I check online for free doctor advice.... i spend an hour writing a letter, then the next page wants credit card info... lol

tried to look for something, all clinics are closed (weekend)..

I hope surgery wont be involved.

though maybe ill get some nice drugs... ill sleep in my customers flower beds...

Steve
08-17-2009, 03:50 AM
Maybe you could find some doctors in your area that focus on bone issues and try to get them to become a customer. Heck maybe you could give them some free service in return for offering advice on healing these issues?

Little's
08-17-2009, 06:58 PM
I would talk some people and see if you can hook up with a physical therapist. I bet your Dr. customer knows a P.T. Maybe post an ad on craigslist looking to barter some work for some advice/help with it.

I broke my knee about 8 years ago and had big trouble with it until about a year ago. I can now run about 3-4 times a week. But I have to do it at the local high school track since it is rubber and minimizes impact on it. I had to do a lot of rehab on it to get it to this point. I still get a little pain, but it is much more manageable.