I'm 30 years old (male) and I just discovered an injury on my right shoulder. I had a minor pain after long hours of driving or after more than 10 hours using my computer. The pain was going stronger when I was raising my arm sideways. I have uploaded the CD that the hospital gave me from my MR (http://www.easybytez.com/7yh9l5swrj8g). Can you please give me your opinion about the injury? Is it possible to heal without a surgery? I work as an IT professional and I can't sacrifice 20 days after the surgery to heal. I am not an athlete so I don't push it to its edge and I'm pain tolerant so I can handle continues pain.
It is difficult to give an opinion based on a single view/ section of the joint. Deciphering the images would require multiple images at various angles. Since I am not sure about the exact injury, it would be difficult to suggest a management plan. I would suggest getting the MRI reviewed by your radiologist/ orthopedician and discussing the suggested management plan in detail with your treating orthopedician.
Hope this is helpful.
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