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Old 01-19-2014, 12:37 PM   #25
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Default Re: Just suffered a Shoulder Subluxation

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Originally Posted by Combat Wombat
All the best, mate. Had very similar problems with my right shoulder. So unstable to the point where every time I would raise my arm above shoulder height, it would sublux. Ended up getting a full shoulder reconstruction and torn labrum repair.

Stick to the rehab hard and you'll be good to go in 6-8 months.

Thanks man, I'm dedicated to come back strong and make a full recovery. Do you feel 100% now that it's all over? Are you limited in any way?

I lift weights and play basketball I really don't want to lose either... Since I first dislocated my shoulder I haven't been able to do any pull ups, dips, etc I was hoping to get that back in the future...
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