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Tore a tendon and they had to grind down a bone spur:scared:
If it wasn't the rotator, than it may not be that bad from a recovery standpoint. If the proximal bicep, than this is fairly common and shouldn't be too long, for a recovery.

 

When you start shaving/grinding to repair, then this is usually from an old injury, that scarred over or you just kept aggravating.

 

You'll have to miss, your next starting pitching assignment....:lol:

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Being stuck in the house is for the birds. I was stuck in it for almost 6 weeks and it was awful. Even now that I can drive I am still limited to how far I can drive but it's way better than sitting here and waiting for someone to get you something. Hope your time at home is way shorter than my time was.

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If it wasn't the rotator, than it may not be that bad from a recovery standpoint. If the proximal bicep, than this is fairly common and shouldn't be too long, for a recovery.

 

When you start shaving/grinding to repair, then this is usually from an old injury, that scarred over or you just kept aggravating.

 

You'll have to miss, your next starting pitching assignment....:lol:

 

The spur was from an old injury, the tendon was fresh. I'm getting cramps in my fore arm from being in the sling and the sling is making closterphobic

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Don't lose the sling. I don't know why your doctor put you in it, but there must be a reason and I don't want you to mess it up....maybe they can give you a script for valium to help you get through the closterphopia...you might want to call the on call number.

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