I saw my surgeon on Tuesday & we decided to proceed with surgery. I had an MRI done in Oct/2018 which showed a lot going on in my shoulder. I've had physio, etc.etc.
A diagnostic needle was given as well, & it stopped the pain which confirmed the problem was indeed in the shoulder. The surgeon was explaining things & said he wants a CT scan to be done. I then went over to his office (we had consult at the hospital clinic). His secretary gave me an envelope with some papers containing instructions re the surgery. I asked her about the CT scan & she said "it's always done'., although I don't know 'why". Would the reason be that the CT scan will provide the Dr. with the best possible way to proceed with the surgery? Thanks in advance