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01-30-2013, 08:06 PM
3rd Guy High
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
Shoulder subluxation. Partial shoulder dislocation. Mine was accompanied with both SLAP and bankart lesions. If either one is the case with Callahan, he's going to eventually need an arthroscopic procedure to stitch up the glenoid capsule, and anchor it back against the bone if it is separated from the bone. Hopefully it's not necessary, he can play through the rest of the season with relatively no discomfort, and get it cleaned up in the off-season. Recovery from surgery is generally 3-6 months depending on severity and style of PT.
Thank you. I've been saying this since page 4 or 5. This is not as black and white as it seems.

Even though he'll be playing in 10-14 days hes going to be prone to reinjury and probably will feel no where close to 100%. He'll most likely get surgery in the offseason (if he makes it that far) because thats the only way the labrum will heal correctly and decrease the chances of a reinjury.

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