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Day 1870: What does CGP stand for?

In my Continuously Generated Posts, I Commonly Get Pleasure out of asking what Certain Generically Positioned initials stand for (like hereĀ and here).

For Creative Good Purposes, I’m Collecting General Paraphernalia in Comfortably Graduated Paragraphs of what CGP stands for, including: 92 more words

Personal Growth

Day 1869: A painful process

Since I fell and tore my rotator cuff, life has been a painful process. Yesterday, when I was processing with other group therapists, somebody with true wisdom showed me this cartoon: 311 more words

Personal Growth

Shoulder Pain and Common Shoulder Problems

Unhealthy lifestyle, overhead movements, poor posture positions, athletic injuries and excessive fatigue can all give you shoulder problems. Shoulder pain can develop over time with the shoulder joints and shoulder blades being more susceptible to damage. 519 more words

Canberra Othopaedic

Different Types of Rotator Cuff Surgery

Your rotator cuff is made up of 4 muscles that help to move and stabilize shoulder joint. Damage to any of the muscles can injure your rotator cuff either acutely or even a serious damage that can keep you bed ridden for a long time. 191 more words

Shoulder Surgery

Repair of Rotator Cuff Tears

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Rotator Cuff helps in the movement of your shoulders. Rotator Cuff consists of four types of muscle- tendon components that stabilizes and provides support to the shoulder joints. 581 more words

Canberra Othopaedic

rest for the wicked

I haven’t been online much lately, and truth be told, I’m enjoying it. I can’t remember when I last logged on to Facebook and I know it’s been awhile since I was on here. 187 more words

when the going gets tough, the tough drink chocolate milk

This is a hard time of year for me. In addition to having Bipolar I also have Seasonal Affective Disorder, so shorter days mean less sun and trouble sleeping. 275 more words