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CapeTiger
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Shoulder Healer

Postby CapeTiger » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:31 am

Did anyone have a shoulder pain before? I've been rest for one month and it's still pain. I had been climbing for one year and did not have a problem shoulder. Now I got pain from one month ago. I didn't get hurt from a climbing. I need some advise how to heal my shoulder. I'm missing climbing and climbing.

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Re: Shoulder Healer

Postby Justin » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:58 am

You could try amputation or perhaps seek professional help!? :wink:

Check out Recommended Physio's

For interest let us know where, how and when it hurts?

Also check out http://www.climbinginjuries.com (they've updated their website)
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Re: Shoulder Healer

Postby Guy » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:09 pm

There could be several different things wrong with it. I've just spent 3 months dealing with physios, chiros, otheropods, neurologist etc. Either post the details or PM them to me.
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Re: Shoulder Healer

Postby jaaki » Mon Mar 09, 2009 2:27 pm

Beware of the shoulder...

Rest until its fixed!

Oh ouch, the lessons we learn the hard way!

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Re: Shoulder Healer

Postby Gaston » Mon Mar 09, 2009 4:56 pm

It is worth taking the necessary time-out, at least until you have the problem properly diagnosed. You might be able to ease back into climbing if the injury is not too serious, but it is not a good idea to aggravate things at this stage - it will only lead to even more down time, drinking, depression and a long string of meaninless relationships...


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