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Default Pectoralis minor tenotomy experiences?

Hello! I saw Dr. Sanders in Denver last week and will be having a pec minor tenotomy soon for my nTOS. Anyone who has had this procedure- can you tell me what to expect in recovery? I'm thinking about two weeks until I return to my desk job, no lifting over 10 lbs, no overhead reaching. What else can I look for? Thank you!
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