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  1. #1101
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    You're right Humpty, very limited information for anything to do with this injury except the anecdotal from places like this. One thing is for sure, if PT doesn't produce satisfactory results there is the surgery which is a bitch from the recovery standpoint. I don't need to tell you, if you go that way - find the best surgeon you can. Good luck to you and hope the PT can be adjusted to address the issue you are having right now.
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    Finally getting around to posting some photos of what my shoulder can look like with good posture and when I let it get sloppy. I had a Grade III separation 03/17/2016. I can do anything with my R arm. My main activities are surfing and training for sprint triathlons, and I have no issue paddling or swimming. You can tell which photo is which...

    ...If they were there. Guess I can't use photobucket anymore. Anyway, if I put my scapula in it's normal position, the distal end of the clavicle reduces, next to the acromion. If I'm slouching, the acromion drops away from the end of the collarbone and the lump appears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL mtb View Post
    Finally getting around to posting some photos of what my shoulder can look like with good posture and when I let it get sloppy. I had a Grade III separation 03/17/2016. I can do anything with my R arm. My main activities are surfing and training for sprint triathlons, and I have no issue paddling or swimming. You can tell which photo is which...
    That's amazing, keep that good posture!

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