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Will I have completely normal use of my hand after shoulder surgery?
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Dr. Kevin Stone
Sports Medicine
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In brief: You should
If you have normal use of your hand prior to surgery there is no reason you won't have normal function of your hand post surgery.
Depending on the surgery you may have some restrictions of motion or weight of that arm, but you should be able to use hand for normal activities.

In brief: You should
If you have normal use of your hand prior to surgery there is no reason you won't have normal function of your hand post surgery.
Depending on the surgery you may have some restrictions of motion or weight of that arm, but you should be able to use hand for normal activities.
Dr. Kevin Stone
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Dr. Mark Einbecker
Surgery - Hand Surgery
In brief: Yes
As long as you had normal use prior to surgery.
The only way the hand function might be altered is if you had any nerve work or nerve injury during surgery, otherwise the hand should be fine.

In brief: Yes
As long as you had normal use prior to surgery.
The only way the hand function might be altered is if you had any nerve work or nerve injury during surgery, otherwise the hand should be fine.
Dr. Mark Einbecker
Dr. Mark Einbecker
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