Wednesday, May 15, 2013

What activities have people done after a ream and run for shoulder arthritis?

The ream and run is not for every surgeon and not for every patient with shoulder arthritis. Having said that, we frequently get reports of high levels of function after this procedure. The six minute video shown here is a rough compilation of some of the many .mpegs, .movs, and .avi's we've been sent by individuals from across the U.S. after having had a ream and run on one or both shoulders. Each of these individuals worked very hard on their rehab and deserve most of the credit for the success of their surgery. This video does not show average folks doing average things; it shows extraordinary folks doing extraordinary things. Here is the Video.

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