A member asked:

Is surgery the only option to treat a non-united greater tuberosity fracture? injury occurred ~7 months ago

A doctor has provided 1 answer
Dr. Mohit Bansal answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

More likely Yes: Need more information - which bone? General rule, if it has not healed and it is creating problems for you and affecting your daily life it needs to be fixed. Surgery is big decision but if your surgeon is recommending it I will go for it.

Answered 5/18/2018



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