wow its been 2.5 years ive had a winging scapula. the pain has decreased but I have limitations and when I over use my arm I have pain. I coach gymnastics and was a gymnasts. Still no answers, and I have tried PT 3 times.
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hey so you have a winging scapula? do you have long thoracic nerve damage? my has been winging for 5 months now and saddly it has only gotten worse. i just started PT but i was in so much pain i had an anxiety attack. my ribs are being pushed out and the pain was unbearable along with the scapula/nerve pain. how long have you had it? are you considering surgery? i have had the worse luck with doctors, no knows anything and no one has any answers!!!
Thank you for the responce, I have not had ra test yet but I am going to the sc medical university on the 23 hopefuly I will get more answeres then
ps did you read my profile? maybe you could and offer some advice
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