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MRI of both shoulders after injury at gy
I had incidents of recurring dislocations in both Shoulders left-2 times right-3 times please note , in the last 1 year i did not have any incidents of dislocations,as i have controlled my shoulder movements. I have done MRI of both shoulders recently after injury at gym. I am in consultationnwith my doctor.My doctor has not adviced me for a surgery as of now. I am attaching my MRI reports ,please advice me if i can skip surgery of both the shoulders and is there any other way i can fix the problem. I am at a very crucial stage of my career and i cannot have a surgery now. If there is any slight chance of any other method working,or medications,i am willing to take that chance instead of surgery Your expert opinions and advices please Thank you so much
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Chance of redisloation is 70%. It is only elective surgery- no rush. You can to cuff and scapular exercises. Consult Dr Gautam Tawari in Mumbai
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It's better to go off for 3 weeks from work and get an arthroscopic surgery done than to live in fear every day. Career is important but not more than peace of mind
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Please send MRI of shoulders
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