First I want to say this was not a work injury. I was helping my mother move and stepped wrong in her attic. My right leg was rapidly descending through the floor and I must have stuck my right arm out to slow myself. Long story short. I didn't go all the way through the ceiling. I had a leg dangling and discovered that my arm was no longer talking to my body. I had a 3 part fracture of my shoulder. ORIF surgery involving a plate and 12 screws. Off work for months with PT. Returned to work with some reaching limitations (mine, not work).Almost 2 years after, I returned to the Ortho MD because of some limited ROM and pain. More bad news. Avascular necrosis and arthritis requiring a total shoulder replacement. Here we go again. More surgery, more PT, more time off work. Returned to work again. Great nurse manager and coworkers. But I am sensing my days as a bedside nurse are coming to an end sooner than later.Anyone else in a similar boat?