I guess it's put on a hold on a great deal. I'm actually due to semi-retire in a couple of months. I had so many plans for the coming year. But when this came along just a couple of months ago, it just seemed to me like my life was just put on hold. Once I get to about here it's starting to get quite tight there. I'm struggling to move above this level. In terms of behind my back, again, it's really tight from there. He's got some thickening of this coracoacromial ligament, which is quite common with this condition.
Surgically they'd perforate it but I'm going to actually do some very heavy soft tissue work on it once I open up the capsule to try and loosened up that ligament that's going to be important that that gets loosened up in order for him to be able to reach behind his back as well. Which is a position that is quite difficult for patients even after I've opened up the actual capsule. If it was ten grades he'd be at least a grade 9. I had an injection, a cortisone injection. The first cortisone shot he had didn't really do anything for him. I was told that I must go away and come back in a few months to see him again which, in a way, is a little disappointing because you go away knowing that you have the problem. When I went to see my physio--he's a really great guy.
He was the person who said, "I just don't want to touch you. I don't want to do anything." I give just so much credit to a physiotherapist who actually says that and acknowledges the reality of the situation, has done his own homework...and enough honesty... Who has enough experience to know that he's not going to be able to help and could potentially make it worse. Which he even told you because that's what the statistics show. That's what the studies show. People said to me about coming here, "How do you feel about going to a country you've never been to, to meet somebody you've never met or spoken with?" And I said to them, "I'm going with an open mind..
I'm going with a positive attitude." Because even though I'd looked on the internet, and read almost every word on your website, when I turned up and Dr. Oolo is there, then that's the first step I take. And that's how I've probably been over the last few days--is just building the steps. And so, for others, I'd say, "Have the open mind. Come and experience and then you'll see the results.
And for me, to be able to put my arms up like this, I really don't need to say too much. Because yesterday, this arm could only go to about there.
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