Had plenty of xrays at at Geauga and Metro.
The left humerus is intact, and the left humeral head is situated within the glenoid fossa.
There is a displaced fracture in the lower scapular body, adjacent to the inferior angle of the scapula. The upper scapula is normal in appearance, including the acromion , glenoid and coracoid process.
The distal clavicle is intact, as are the visualized left upper ribs.
Follow-up visit included you guessed it...more xrays! Everything looks about the same. issue is at the bottom of left shoulder blade. said i could bike on stationary bike and trainer now. advised waiting to run. hmmm... we will see how long i can wait! perhaps late next week we can do a test and be careful to not move left arm and see if it bothers me. no need to tisk, tisk as i will be careful not to push it and delay the healing process.
followup visit in 3 weeks. apparently my shoulder muscles and other stuff back there should push it all back together and it will heal on its own. use arm sling to mobilize.
so guess we will start biking soon. trying to let some of my open wounds heal before getting them super sweaty plus re-bandaging them myself is hard. hike night with hubby later!