Ms. Jenke’s second surgery was done in Dallas, Texas by another Plastic Nerve Surgeon, who built a fat pad into Bobbie neck in an effort to protect the nerve the first surgeon had “released”. At first the surgery seemed to be a great success. For the first time, in a long time, Bobbie’s right arm and shoulder blade felt normal again and she had no pain in them. However, upon returning to her friend’s home in Dallas, Bobbie reached up to get a hanger out of a closet and the “whole surgery seemed to collapse” says Ms. Jenke. Once again she found herself with neck problems, a loose droopy right shoulder blade, pain, and trouble using her right arm. She also later began to have more trouble walking.
Photo taken 2006 shows missing muscles and
deformed platysma muscle
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