Wow. I really hope the PT can help your shoulder get better. Keep us posted.
The medical community, while most of them are caring and conscientious, really do screw up as often as the rest of us. My husband went to the dr with elbow pain (turns out he broke it as a child, didn't realize it, and it healed improperly). He was sent for a CT scan, and the radiologist said it was "normal". His orthopedist said, "That's crazy; I can feel the knot." His orthopedist looked at the films and saw the old break. He chose not to have surgery to correct the old break. He has a good range of motion and only has pain if he moves it a certain way, or sometimes it is really stiff and "stuck" in the mornings, and he has to "pop" it, but then it feels better. Hopefully, you will have the same success.
I have one more bit of advice for all of us, and that is to always get a written copy of any test results/ imaging reports. I've also had a nurse tell me that a CT was negative, but when I went and got the written report (from the radiologist), there actually was an abnormality. It wasn't life threatening, but it did explain the problems I was having and helped put my mind at ease.
Hope you feel better soon.
Hugs - Austen
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