I suffered a right shoulder dislocation 1 year ago that required surgery for a rotator cuff tear, labrum tear and impingement. After surgery and a year of therapy I had an EMG done which reveled an incomplete brachial plexopathy. I still have pain in my shoulder that radiates down my arm into my index and little finger. I can raise my arm about 90 degrees but have a lot of difficulty doing so plus pain. I am 35 years old and require a lot of lifting at my job. My doctor suggested that I apply for disability from my job which I am very upset about and which is also difficult to recieve. Has anyone had a similar situation?? Or can any one give advice????Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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