04-02-2011, 12:40 AM
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Hey, I read a post from yesterday in the killer horse thread that you said you were getting more range of motion back. Hopefully that's good news, but I did have a friend who tangled with a ditch witch ditch digger thing, that kicked back into his shoulder, and for a few days he could barely lift his arm, then after that he started getting range of motion back, though it still was a bit sore to lift the arm all the way up, and after about a year, and another accident with the same arm, it was determined that the first accident tore a tendon in the back of his arm, and as that one hadn't healed, he managed to tear another smaller tendon in the front of his arm. Initially they thought that he tore his rotator cuff, though once in the OR they found out that it was two lesser tendons. Not to worry you, but I would definitely ask once the swellings gone down a bit, to have an MRI done to see what type of damage the tendons and muscles may have happened. Hopefully its just a lot of bad bruising, but better safe then months of unresolved problems. I hope that you heal quickly, and that its nothing more serious than a bruise. Keep us updated.