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post #91 of 707 Old 04-22-2013, 05:42 PM
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Damn that sounds rough. Might want to look into surgery or something before you get old.


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post #92 of 707 Old 04-22-2013, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Damn that sounds rough. Might want to look into surgery or something before you get old.
I went to the doctor and he said surgery wouldn't help. When the shoulder gets damaged, it becomes more susceptible to injury. There's not much I can do about it:/

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I went to the doctor and he said surgery wouldn't help. When the shoulder gets damaged, it becomes more susceptible to injury. There's not much I can do about it:/

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I know how you feel. I probably won't be able to walk when I'm 40 due to my feet/ankles/and knees, so I'll make the most out of it before then.


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I know how you feel. I probably won't be able to walk when I'm 40 due to my feet/ankles/and knees, so I'll make the most out of it before then.
Holy **** dude

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I went to the doctor and he said surgery wouldn't help. When the shoulder gets damaged, it becomes more susceptible to injury. There's not much I can do about it:/

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I tore my rotator cuff 3 yrs ago doing incline bench when I missed the rack. I nvr went to doctor I just treated my shoulder by icing it, not laying on it etc. I will say this it took me about 3-4 months to get it up to strength again. It dropped my pressing numbers down badly. I couldn't even hold the bar for squatting. My left shoulder still bugs the hell out of me and I hear once you hurt your shoulder, knees, back it will nvr be the same.

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I tore my rotator cuff 3 yrs ago doing incline bench when I missed the rack. I nvr went to doctor I just treated my shoulder by icing it, not laying on it etc. I will say this it took me about 3-4 months to get it up to strength again. It dropped my pressing numbers down badly. I couldn't even hold the bar for squatting. My left shoulder still bugs the hell out of me and I hear once you hurt your shoulder, knees, back it will nvr be the same.
Yup, it sucks.

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Back day. Shoulder still hurts, but **** it

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You should try benching on a smith machine to take the pressure off your shoulder. If you are injured, you need to let it recover. Stressing it will just exasperate it and **** it up for the long haul

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You should try benching on a smith machine to take the pressure off your shoulder. If you are injured, you need to let it recover. Stressing it will just exasperate it and **** it up for the long haul
I would if we had one. Back and tris today didn't aggravate it, so that's good. But it hurts when I laterally raise it. Need to see a doctor I think.

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So is it your delt thats ****ed up or do you think it is in the rotator cuff?

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I think it's rotator cuff. Unless I ****ed up something new But my rotator cuff is what I've hurt over and over again.

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I think it's rotator cuff. Unless I ****ed up something new But my rotator cuff is what I've hurt over and over again.

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By all means you should go to a doc but if I were you I would try some cissus first. You can get it in a pill or a powder but I know lots of people who swear by it to help heal joints/tendons and prevent them from hurting.

It does take a few weeks or a month of buildup to start noticing but I promise it would help.

Here's probably the cheapest you'll find, and a few options:
http://www.nutraplanet.com/category/...joint-support/

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Hmm. I've never heard of that before. I'll definitely give that a try. It's cheap enough.

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I would if we had one. Back and tris today didn't aggravate it, so that's good. But it hurts when I laterally raise it. Need to see a doctor I think.

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Yeah stay of the lateral raises. When I tore my left rotator cuff even if I tried to raise 10lb dumbell it will hurt.

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Yeah stay of the lateral raises. When I tore my left rotator cuff even if I tried to raise 10lb dumbell it will hurt.
Yeah mine hurts just raising my arm.

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