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    2005harley posted:
    Is the pain my physical therapist put me thru on my 2nd visit after shoulder surgery supposed to be this UNbelievably painful? As she was pulling on my shoulder, I heard a tendon pop. The pain was more than I could handle, thought I was gonna throw up. Is this normal and to be expected every time? Pain medicine was taken before the visit and after...no help at all. I had quite a lot done during the surgery. Rotator cuff repair, bursa,bicep, bone spurs,collar bone trimmed. I have a high pain tolerance, but this is unbelievable. She said the pop was scar tissue breaking apart. I am now 23 days post-op.
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