Is your Rotator Cuff a pain in the *(s*& ?

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It's your shoulder and it will hurt forever if you don't listen to this doctor!

One of the finest Sports Med surgeons in the South and
a real-live patient with two rotator cuff surgeries
tell you what rotator cuff repair is really like...

 

 

From: David Perdew (2-time Rotator Cuff Repair patient)
Date:

 

Hey, I'm so sorry to hear the news.

Rotator Cuff Surgery at MyRotatorCuffSurgery.comIf you've found your way to this page, you've probably just been told that you need to have Rotator Cuff Surgery. Ouch!

I've been through it twice now - last year on my right arm , and this year, on my left.shoulder pain with MyRotatorCuffSurgery.com

But I'm here to tell you that it ain't so bad. The first few days following the surgery are rough, but then you quickly see the daily progress. And with a good sense of humor and support, it can be fun.

In fact, I'm the voice of experience and hope. You - my friend - are going to feel much better just 2 or 3 weeks after rotator cuff surgery. Of course, you won't have full use of your shoulder for a while.

Dr. Troy Layton - one of the top sports med doctors in the south - and my surgeon, says that it takes up to a year to get your shoulder back to 100% functionality. But if you're like me, I couldn't remember the last time my shoulder functioned at 100%.

But you can be back to 60 to 80% usage in a few weeks if you do what you're told.

Guess what? He was right.

The first shoulder surgery repaired major damage - two muscle tears and a bone spur that I'd been living with for years. And today, it feels great.

The second surgery on my left arm felt completely different from the first and healed much faster. The muscle damage was less even though the bone repair was greater.

You've probably heard some real horror stories about how tough rotator cuff surgery is though. Some of it's true. For example, the recovery and rehab time is longer than having a knee replaced!

But if you are nervous about having Rotator Cuff surgery, what you really need is someone to talk to or to get answers to your questions...

I'm not a doctor. I'm a patient.

Dr. Layton on MyRotatorCuffSurgery.comSo, I interviewed my surgeon, Dr. Troy Layton specifically about rotator cuff repair.

After receiving his M.D. from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, he has become certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and has served as team physician and consultant for such notable teams as University of Florida and Oklahoma State University as well as a consultant for the Milwaukee Brewers and Major League Baseball.

Recognized as one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the south recently, he specializes in knee and shoulder surgery, and is a physician in one of the largest sports medicine clinics in the southeast.

Not only will you feel much better after you
read this transcript, but you'll discover:

athletic injuries at myrotatorcuffsurgery.com

Who is afflicted most by rotator cuff damage?

What are the most common symptoms a doctor looks for in diagnosing a torn rotator cuff?

What are the alternatives to rotator cuff surgery?

When rotator cuff surgery is the only option? And what are the consequences of ignoring a torn rotator cuff?

What attributes should the patient look at in evaluating a good surgeon to perform rotator cuff repair?

Why is rotator cuff surgery so common today?

How do patients ensure they won't need rotator cuff repair again?

What questions should a patient ask the doctor before accepting rotator cuff surgery as the only solution?

What causes a patient's rotator cuff rehabilitation to vary from 4 weeks to 4 months?

How can a patient manage and set your expectations about going back to work or managing pain after rotator cuff repair?

What does a patient do to unknowingly sabotage their rotator cuff recovery?

What can a patient do ensure the quickest and best rotator cuff recovery?

Doesn't that make you feel better already. Someone else has asked a great surgeon all the questions that you would like to ask, and more.

Yes, you can get this report instantly. But before you order it now, I wanted to tell you how we'll help you prepare for your interview with the surgeon:

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Interview guide to prepare you
for the interview with the surgeon...

With this document, you will be guided by the interview questions with Dr. Troy Layton. Take notes on this document. Take this document with you to guide your conversation with your surgeon before (instead of after) the surgery.

Dr. Layton describes the key factors you must be aware of before jumping into Rotator Cuff Surgery. This document servers as an outline to help you get the best care.

Reading the words of Dr. Layton will give you the comfort of talking to a great doctor, just as if you were sitting in his office and asking the questions yourself.

And learning from my experience will help you understand Rotator Cuff Surgery from the patient's point of view. And after all, that's what you care about, right?

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David Perdew

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Good luck with your surgery!

Sincerely,

David Perdew
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