The most common sports that shoulder arthroplasty patients enjoy including golf, swimming, tennis, but may also include many other choices including fitness activities, rowing, skiing, basketball, and softball….

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The incision for a shoulder replacement extends across the front of the shoulder from the outside end of the collar bone to the mid-aspect of the upper arm….

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Is it OK to drink alcohol after open heart surgery? CHICAGO — Having an alcoholic drink does not appear to cause problems for patients following coronary artery bypass…

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After the first week to 10 days, it’s fine to begin using a stationary bike to keep your cardio activity going, but avoid treadmills and elliptical, as you…

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Typically, the boundaries have been set by the surgeon, with many patients cautioned or even prohibited from overhead sports, weight training, or heavy work responsibilities. A typical set…

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11. Will I still be able to bowl after shoulder replacement surgery? Some patient’s do continue to bowl. We advise caution to preserve the joint since it is…

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Many times, it takes from three to six months for the shoulder to heal. Regaining full strength and range of motion can take up to a year. How…

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How long does total shoulder replacement surgery take? The surgery takes about three hours including time for anesthesia to be done. How long does it take to recover…

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Many older adults who were active in recreational sports like swimming and golfing can get back into the game after having a total…

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Typically, the boundaries have been set by the surgeon, with many patients cautioned or even prohibited from overhead sports, weight training, or heavy work responsibilities. A typical set…

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