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04-23-2013, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
No two labrum tears are the same. Some absolutely require surgery, and others you can play through if you can deal with the pain, limited range of motion, stiffness, and weakness.

I tore my left shoulder labrum last summer doing decline lat raises (don't ask). Both SLAP and Bankart lesions. Couldn't lift my arm out above shoulder level without a sharp knife pain. Weakness and slippage too. Had the entire thing sewed up and anchors put in about 6 months ago. I'm finally back to lifting full strength now, still with a bit of stiffness that I hope will go away with continued PT. It's a tricky injury and depending on the nature of the tear, the quality of the surgeon, and the style of PT, full 100% recovery can take anywhere from 3 months to a full year. Best of luck to RNH.
RNH's camp said it wasn't too severe.

Do you think that means it might be a shorter recovery time or would it basically be the same as an average tear?

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