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Old 10-03-2012, 06:20 PM   #100
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Re: Ulnar shortening

That is a long time when you are in pain.

It sounds like we will be going through recovery pretty close together again.

I've been having discomfort where the ulnar osteotomy was done lately. My new surgeon gave me a couple cortizone shots and put me back into a splint a couple weeks ago. For some reason, the positioning the splint puts my hand and wrist in seems to put my ulnar bone in a position that really bothers it.

Keep me posted if you hear anything new. Next time, I'll start a new thread called Ulnar Shortening II since we have almost reached 100 on this one.

Take care,
MountainReader
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