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PostPosted: 20 May 2016, 21:10 

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First off, I'm not sure if I can categorize my injury as a dislocation or subluxation. All I know is my shoulder popped but I was able to put it back where it belongs through raising the affected arm. That being said, this has happened twice and I need help in rehabilitation so I can return to playing. I learned that it takes six weeks before you could resume activities (I returned to playing after said six weeks only to be injured again after a month and a half) so that's in schedule but now I want to go through proper rehab to make sure I can rebuild or restore the strength of my shoulder and everything involved with it. Any tips? Thanks in advance.


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