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Old 10-01-2012, 05:50 PM
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Does anyone know how to make a rotator cuff heal faster
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Old 10-01-2012, 06:01 PM
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Haha! Don't use the arm! No shortcuts ! Sorry!
If there were shortcuts the MLB would be very happy!
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I injured it lifting Am I good to cast?
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Don't you think you should be asking an orthopaedic surgeon that question? Been there, done that.
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Default Re: Rotator cuff injury

I've been nursing a left shoulder rotator cuff problem for quite awhile, but eventually will probably have to have surgery. Mine hurts worst on the eliptical machine when at the gym, doesn't seem to hurt while casting, at least so far........I can deal with it using advil.
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Does anyone know how to make a rotator cuff heal faster
If you stop doing a certain activity, you won't go blind, as well.
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Default Re: Rotator cuff injury

How are you certain it's a Rotator Cuff injury? Or more commonly what is actually a Labrum injury because the "rotator cuff" is actually a group of muscles. Icing and resting the muscles will fix that faster. If it's a Labral injury, depending on the severity you may need surgery. Then there is the option that it could be the AC joint there in the shoulder which could require surgery or therapy. Depending on what lift you were doing you could also be looking at a slap lesion, which is just a strain in the origin of the biceps there in the arm.

Cast if it doesn't hurt, don't if it does.
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It really only hurts when benching heavier weight. And honestly that post couldn't get enough likes. Funny **** man
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My fishing partner learned to cast with his "off" (left) hand.
It's actually a distinct advantage
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lay off the bench press
go see a specialist.
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