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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (0)
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2/20/13 8:03 A


Rotator cuff injuries can be quite extensive, therefore you may want to contact your doctor and have a full evaluation to see what measures need to be taken.

Coach Nancy

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
2/20/13 4:26 A

You should see a professional and get this particular injury diagnosed properly. It may or may not be what you had "a few years ago". Unless you constantly suffer from some specific recurring issue, in which case ask your regular physio what is okay and what is not.

This really isn't something you should seek online advice for. We cannot risk injuring you further by providing any.

Talk to a professional.

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2/20/13 1:40 A

The best thing to do is to take a medical advice for that.

BOOKAPHILE Posts: 1,040
2/19/13 11:48 P

I've managed to injure my rotator cuff. Do you have any suggestions as to exercises I can do to work my chest and back muscles without causing further damage to my shoulder? I've been doing the exercises for my shoulder that the Physical Therapist gave me a few years ago, but I don't know if I have to skip the chest and upper back workouts for now or not.
Thanks for your help!

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