Degenerative changes with subhondral sclerosis,edem of the left shoulder.Tenosinovitis of the biceps joint,laminar subacromijal and subcoracoid burzitis.
Actually orthovisc has been approved for use in the shoulders now, but I doubt it would help your problem. It sounds as if you would benefit more from a long-term anti-inflammatory medicine. If you're seeing an orthopedic surgeon you might ask about having a steroid injection directly to the shoulder joint itself (sort of like a jump start) and then start a medication regimen with a anti-inflammatory. You need to be careful about getting too many steroid shots though as they will actually break down the joint's cushioning tissue which is what you want to protect and save.
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