I will be having surgery on my shoulder Sept 8th for a torn labrum from a car accident, was trying to figure out how this surgery is suppose to work. If it is torn, how is drilling 4 holes in the bone and putting in "plastic wall hooks" (thats how the dr explained it) and attach it to the labrum, going to keep the ball from slipping out of the socket and getting hung on it, I would think if something was torn that it needs to be stitched? He didn't do a MRI or anything, he knew what was wrong with it just by how I moved it. I had an MRI of it 2 years ago and nothing was seen on the MRI, except a small cyst but its not where the pain is or where the ball catches at and it doesn't bother me. I go in for preop with the dr on Sept 2nd and have a ton of questions. Nervous but can't wait for it not to get hung anymore. Becca
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