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XanaDUer2

(10,100 posts)
Mon May 23, 2022, 05:04 PM May 2022

Going to Social Security doctor for shoulder

Got a call from nice lady in lawyer's office. On top of mental health, I have shoulder (right) problems. There was a lot of bending and lifting heavy bins at my former job. I had treatment, pt, and Rx nsaids. Now my left shoulder is bad. I'm going to see my orthopedic PA Thursday. This is left shoulder. I'll have an X-ray, and probably referred back to pt.

I'll be telling my lawyer about this appointment. I get so nervous about all of this.

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Going to Social Security doctor for shoulder (Original Post) XanaDUer2 May 2022 OP
My right shoulder has gone bad suddenly. Also had a job with heavy burdens Walleye May 2022 #1
Thank you, Walleye XanaDUer2 May 2022 #2
Good luck Duncanpup May 2022 #3
Thanks, Duncan XanaDUer2 May 2022 #4
Good luck! SheltieLover May 2022 #5
Yes XanaDUer2 May 2022 #6
We all do! SheltieLover May 2022 #7

Walleye

(30,215 posts)
1. My right shoulder has gone bad suddenly. Also had a job with heavy burdens
Mon May 23, 2022, 05:21 PM
May 2022
Good luck. It really hurts to move. I feel for you

XanaDUer2

(10,100 posts)
4. Thanks, Duncan
Mon May 23, 2022, 05:41 PM
May 2022

I always get so nervous with these social security assessors. They're there to keep you turned down

SheltieLover

(57,073 posts)
7. We all do!
Mon May 23, 2022, 05:52 PM
May 2022

If it's type 2, diet, exercise & losing weight can turn it around!

Much cheaper & healthier!

Google dr berg prediabetes. Great video!

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