Hello everyone, Guess I'll be joining you all in the near future, I have some family plans coming up, so putting my surgery off till July, Will get a cortisone shot in a couple weeks to help me get through till then. Not new to surgery had a thermal capsular shrinkage right shoulder 2002, left knee replacement in Dec. of 2005, left labrum repair in 2007, right knee in may of 2009, left hip in 2012. In nov. of 2014 went to have debridement and when they gave me the nerve block I went into respiratory failure and Vtac, spent 3 days in ICU. So needless to say no more nerve blocks for me I did have debridement in Novof 2019. She said she did all she could , but I'm bone on bone, so replacement here I come.I also have neck and back issues, cervical fusion c3-7 2006, plate and screws, c6-t2 2017,rods. Back l4-l5 2006, internal fusion L3-S2 rods 2018. SO like I said no stranger to surgery, but this one has me a bit worried as from what I've been reading you need to rely on you other parts to help compensate my left shoulder is getting close to my right as far as pain an range of motion goes.I think I will be using a hospital bed for recovery as I believe this will be better for me. Does anyone have any helpful hints for afterwards , any tricks would be appreciated.