Hi there, I would like some answer because my doctor is'nt telling me much i had a mri done in 2010 on my lower back and both hips,He said i have arthritis in them.I went and seen borgess spine doctor he did shots in my back and nothing helped.So i got a new doctor and she order a x-ray of my hip knees and shoulder and said there is no arthritis in but my left shoulder keeps popping in and out i want answers if i have arthritis are not because when i had surgery on my left shoulder 1996 for a mucsle repair he said i had arhtritis in my left shoulder an now my new doctor says i dont.I cant even walk far with out been in pain are even sit down or lay down with out being in pain can someone please answer me on this so i know what steps to take thanks BenView Thread
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