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Old 07-22-2008, 10:26 AM   #41
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It's still worth good fun and practice! Championship is probably out but 3rd or so. I think F7N will be all up for grabs next year.
Why do you say that?

You all going Expert next year?
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Old 07-22-2008, 10:27 AM   #42
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the worst thing for me was sleeping. I used to sleep with my arm over and behind my head. anyhow, on occasions, it would fall asleep. Then my shoulder would dislocate behind my head. Ya, try resetting that one with an asleep arm, groggy from waking up in the middle of the night, and behind your back! I had to wake my roomate up to lift my arm to the front. That was my deciding factor for surgical repair.
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Why do you say that?

You all going Expert next year?
Don't think there will be a choice.
We're all keeping up with the F7E's
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Old 07-22-2008, 10:36 AM   #44
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It seems many of us have the same problem (Shoulder Dislocation). So while we're on the topic - any one of you heard of the lazer surgery where they tighten up your tendons, so they don't stretch and more and hence can "help" keep the shoulder in socket at all times.

That's one method that I was explained by a surgeon. The other method (or work out I should say is) what Cliff already mentioned of building alot of muscles in the area, that should be the cheaper and probably better way to go about it I think.
Sounds like burning a piece of meat (tendons / ligaments). It's shrivels when you cook it.
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here's my doc talking about shoulders:
http://espn.go.com/trainingroom/s/1999/0901/13997.html

he fixed my dislocation on my left and took tons of pics of my separation on right for some speech he was gonna give. it's stupid ugly looking!
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Old 07-23-2008, 03:29 PM   #46
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It seems many of us have the same problem (Shoulder Dislocation). So while we're on the topic - any one of you heard of the lazer surgery where they tighten up your tendons, so they don't stretch and more and hence can "help" keep the shoulder in socket at all times.

That's one method that I was explained by a surgeon. The other method (or work out I should say is) what Cliff already mentioned of building alot of muscles in the area, that should be the cheaper and probably better way to go about it I think.
Unfortunately working out is not cutting it anymore. I have been doing that for about 8 years now since the first injury that beat it up. iIt is doing strange things that it has not done in the past. It should not pop out reaching for a beer in a cooler or things of that nature. It sucks and is more of a mental thing then anything else. My lifestyle is on hold for now.
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... dude, if you are afraid to grab for a beer, please go see a doctor!

(in my case, it was more Freddy-like and I was afraid to goto sleep)
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... dude, if you are afraid to grab for a beer, please go see a doctor!

(in my case, it was more Freddy-like and I was afraid to goto sleep)
Been to the doctor several times. Rehabbed and nothing good is going on. Need to find somebody who knows what the they are doing.
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