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Comment 52 minutes ago

I can tell you from experience, it's no walk in the park.  I tore my labrum (Slap 1) in a snowboarding wipe out.  I didn't take the rehab too serious.  A year and a half later, in Hawaii (North Shore) I went to duck-dive a wave and the force of the wave literally ripped my shoulder out if it's socket.  Resulting in a tear (Slap1) in my interior labrum and a displaced or completely torn off labrum (Slap 2) on my posterior. I want to say it took 27 sutures to repair both sides.  Not 100% sure on that number, but my Doc said it was way more than his normal cases.
It's been YEARS and I would still say I have never returned to normal.  Throwing a ball too hard makes my hand go numb.  I can't reach parts of my back with that arm like I can with my good shoulder.  And sleeping on it (side sleeper) too long wakes me up in pain.

Comment 4 hours ago

Pilates.  Everyone is doing it.