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Old 09-24-2011, 08:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to recover from shoulder injury

Hello,

i trained mma the for 7 months the last year, and during the last week of training i injuried my shoulder during wrestling practise. I didnt think to much about it becaus i was going away for 4 months and wouldn't be able to train in that period of time.

Now i have started again and after 2 weeks of training it happend again, feels like the shoulder pops out of joint and goes back in, and then i have limited movement the next week.

I checked on the internet and it seems to me that its a thorn muscle in the rotational cuff.

What can I do? I have already tried a 4 month lay-off, do i really need a surgery?

Is there any otherway i can prevent this from happening?

Thanks
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Old 09-24-2011, 09:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hello,

i trained mma the for 7 months the last year, and during the last week of training i injuried my shoulder during wrestling practise. I didnt think to much about it becaus i was going away for 4 months and wouldn't be able to train in that period of time.

Now i have started again and after 2 weeks of training it happend again, feels like the shoulder pops out of joint and goes back in, and then i have limited movement the next week.

I checked on the internet and it seems to me that its a thorn muscle in the rotational cuff.

What can I do? I have already tried a 4 month lay-off, do i really need a surgery?

Is there any otherway i can prevent this from happening?

Thanks
Go and see a doctor to have it checked. Telediagnosis by some unknown people in an online forum is not really reliable. Even people with medical education can't tell you without actually seeing your shoulder live.
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Old 09-26-2011, 02:44 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Go and see a doctor to have it checked. Telediagnosis by some unknown people in an online forum is not really reliable. Even people with medical education can't tell you without actually seeing your shoulder live.
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