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Jan. 13, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: rotator cuff rehab

missouridave, I had the exact same issues/surgery you had and I'd be extremely careful about pushing it too hard and too fast as you could re-injure your shoulder and it could result in having to redo your surgery. The surgeon that performed my surgery is a triathlete (extremely great shape), has performed near 1000 of these operations, and understands the needs and desires of an athlete. He told me several stories of individuals who thought they felt okay and/or wanted to rush the normal healing process only to have it end in disaster (e.g., swinging a golf club striking the ground). I've headed that advice and I'm in better shape than I was before the injury. It was a downer having to wait but I didn't want to re-experience the surgery and lose any progress that I had made.

Jan. 12, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: rotator cuff rehab

I had a total rotator cuff separation and had surgery to repair it 8 months ago. The above advice (i.e., therapy, exercises...) is good and stay with it.
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