And I'm not complaining. I had a lovely registrar who listened to me , asked sensible questions and then after looking at me X-rays suggested a few treatments to try before taking the giant step of a shoulder replacement. So now it's more nerve tests to be done at Preston to check for trapped nerves in my neck/ shoulder, an ultrasound to accompany cortisone jabs into said shoulder and an MRI of my cervical spine to see if the trapped nerves are due to a problem there. I've got scoliosis in my lumbar spine and this is causing spinal canal stenosis in my legs & feet. So all in all I'm very happy cos at least they're trying to help rather than just putting me in the OA box and stuffing me back on the shelf X
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