Steroids after rotator cuff surgery

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Thanks for replying. I had acupuncture to see if it would help with the shoulder but also with migraines I had started to suffer about 3 months after my injury, it causes a lot of tension in my neck and upper back. It did help with migraines but didn't help the shoulder. I had 8 sessions. I'm confused really as I was told the steroid injection would buy me a window in which I could do more physio, which hasn't worked in the past either. Mine really varies, at its worst I couldn't raise my arm without pain, changing gear in my car was awful, dressing over head, can't lie on my side to sleep, can't lie on my back to sleep. At its best which as I said in my original post is probably the last few days, it's much better pain and movement wise. It still aches a lot but I'm wondering if this is short lived relief .

Hi sorry you have got PMR too. I am a new PMR patient only diagnosed three weeks ago. And I am on prednisolone and omeprazole to help with the stomach lining. I am on AA and AdcalD3 too. I too trying to look into anti inflammatory to help to fight off PMR if I am lucky. If you look into 'goji berries' although it belong to night shade family but it is antioxidants. And my doctor said is OK to take that with prednisolone. I also take spirulina and ling zhi (mushroom) I carefully spread them throughout the day. The pain has gone 99% just the stiffness on my neck. So I don't really know if the Pred has kicked in or the supplements helps too. Since you are not taking any Pred just wonder are you game to try those supplement? Can get the goji berries juice, spirulina from UK health stores. Is worth checking out. 

Shoulders with rotator cuff disease may be stiff. One of the major goals of rotator cuff surgery is to relieve much of this stiffness. However after surgery scar tissue will tend to recur and limit movement unless motion is started immediately. This early motion is facilitated by the complete surgical removal of the scar tissue so that after surgery the patient needs only to maintain the range of motion achieved at the operation. Later on once the shoulder is comfortable and flexible and after the cuff repair has healed (usually three months after surgery) strengthening exercises and additional activities are started.

Steroids after rotator cuff surgery

steroids after rotator cuff surgery

Shoulders with rotator cuff disease may be stiff. One of the major goals of rotator cuff surgery is to relieve much of this stiffness. However after surgery scar tissue will tend to recur and limit movement unless motion is started immediately. This early motion is facilitated by the complete surgical removal of the scar tissue so that after surgery the patient needs only to maintain the range of motion achieved at the operation. Later on once the shoulder is comfortable and flexible and after the cuff repair has healed (usually three months after surgery) strengthening exercises and additional activities are started.

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