Hi all, ive had a shoulder injury from a car accident two years ago. Its taken this long (typical british NHS rubbish) to get the full results of the injury through physical exams, x-rays and MRI scans. I've been searching the internet for info on the usual "big words" form the report but still dont really understand what it all means
Would anyone have a clue to what it all means???
"There is a mild degenerative change of the AC joint and mild synovitis. There is indentation of the supraspinatus by the inferolateral aspect of the clavicle.
The acromion has a flat underside and mild infolateral tilt."
Thanks loads for any replies, two years without any REAL treaning is wrecking my head i need to get this sorted.