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How long is recovery from rotator cup surgery?

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how long for a rotor cuff and spur to get repaired

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The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles, whose combined mission is to keep the shoulder in its socket. A rotator "cup" doesn't exist in the world of anatomy. Perhaps you heard it from someone who mispronounced after not hearing clearly.

Rotator cuff repair generally involves some type of surgery to re-attach the tendon to its anchor spot on the Humerous bone in the shoulder. A complete tear will not heal on its own, so surgery is unavoidable, but these days they can perform arthroscopic surgery which is not as invasive and has a faster healing time that traditional surgery.

Your shoulder aches and especially when you lift things with extended arms. (Its rotator cuff) Look on Internet for www.depuy.com.

A stomach staple, simply put, is a surgery that restricts the stomach and makes it smaller. After this procedure is performed, the patient, when eating, will feel fuller more quickly than before the surgery. Recovery time after a stomach staple surgery is between three and five weeks long. After surgery, the patient is recommended to eat only one cup of food at a time. He or she must eat slowly, chewing thoroughly, to allow the body time to realize that it is full. Overeating can cause discomfort or nausea. It may take time to get used to the new appetite.

By breast reduction via surgery.

I have had breast augmentation 2 years ago and I am quite satisfied with the results (I went from A cup to C cup) I got it done from a clinic in Toronto. Dr. Ronald Levine was my surgeon. The recovery went quite well, took around 7 months. I had to wear compression garments for few months for a better result.

By surgery but then you have not healed yet and is still in bandage. Or you can fake it with a stuffed bra.

I have never known a surgeon to perform a full breast augmentation without general anasthesia. Minor surgeries I've known to be done that way (swapping of implants, etc.), but a surgery as major as a full augmentation (that, depending on the placement, may require you to cut into the muscle) requires the use of an OR and an anesthesiologist. Breast augmentations usually take approximately 1 hour (2 tops). The patient usually goes home the same day, but their stay in the recovery room can vary depending on how they react coming out of anesthesia. Recovery also varies for many people. Some find themselves up and about after only a few days--for others it takes longer. It also depends on whether the implant is placed above or below the muscle. For submuscular implants, the recovery period is longer and more painful as the muscle requires time to heal. Breast implant surgery can be performed on an outpatient (not in the hospital) basis or in a hospital. It can be done under local anesthesia (only the breast area is numbed) or under general anesthesia (put to sleep or not aware of having surgery). Breast implant surgery can last from one to several hours depending on your particular case (your condition, implant choice, incision site, implant placement, etc.). If the surgery is done in a hospital, the length of the hospital stay will vary according to the type of surgery, the development of any postoperative (after surgery) complications, and your general health. The length of the hospital stay may also depend on the type of coverage your insurance provides. Mine was an hour. I went from a B cup to a D cup. I had to be at the hospital/surgery center 90 mins before surgery. I was in surgery for an hour. I was in recovery for 90 mins. Then they sent me home. It is a great procedure. The results are great too. Recovery is slow and somewhat painful. The recovery depends on the person and their pain tolorence. If you take your pain medicine on time.. it's not bad. What is hard is not being able to raise your arms for 4 days. And having to sleep on your back for a week. BUt it is worth it if you have no boobs and you want bigger boobs.

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You need to have it evaluated to determine how bad it is. Pain alone is not enough of a diagnostic to determine if it needs surgery. Talk to your doctor. Yes, talk to your doctor; however just to give you hope. Les Paul, the father of the electric guitar, was in a car wreck and severly injured his right arm. He had two choices. Have it set so it would always be straight or have it set so it would always be bent at the elbow. He chose bent at he elbow so he could continue to play. The last I heard he is way up in his 80's and plays every Monday night at a place in NYC.

By surgery but then you have not healed yet and is still in bandage. Or you can fake it with a stuffed bra.

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90 mins or do you mean how long is the whole world cup?

If you have injured your shoulder or have chronic shoulder and arm pain, it is best to see an orthopaedic surgeon. He or she can then make a diagnosis and begin treatment.

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Generally at the time of surgery it's about 2 oz. (1/4 cup). Over the next few years it will stretch to be able to hold 6-8 oz of food or 3/4 - 1 cup.

He had surgery on his left knee. He won the 2008 US Open with the injury, the took the rest of the season off, including the Ryder Cup.

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Pour a cup of hydrogen peroxide down its throat to get the poison up. Take to vet right away! Get a shot of Valium or something stronger if it doesn't help. Stay with the dog all night. Its a long recovery.

depends how long you take to drink it.

The world cup usually lasts for a full month.

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