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01-30-2013, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
My uneducated guess is a dislocated shoulder or separated shoulder. If it was dislocated, and there is damage to the labrum, the first couple of days after are excruciating but then it comes back to Earth. After about a week stationary pain subsides and it's fairly evident whether you can play through it or not. I wouldn't expect a definitive answer in the next few days, unless the MRI shows significant damage. I couldn't play through mine, too much instability in the joint and knife-like pain if I lifted my arm perpendicular to the ground.

Agree with a whole lot of this.

It depends how much damage is done so we'll have to wait for scans. I've seen guys pop their shoulders and they are right after a week or so. Not pain free but it's an injury you can play through. There are also examples where you could miss up to 3 months because of it.

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