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Originally Posted by NightRider2613 View Post
Thanks for the input everybody. If I decide to go I will definitely be sticking to the groomers, and easy trails at that. It just blows to pay for trips and not be able to go shred. I am still young and tend to heal pretty quickly so I am jut going to follow the ice/heat regiment the doctor told me to use, rest up, and hope for the best.
Go to a therapist and ask for strengthening exercises as well. Your shoulder WILL fall out of its socket like nobodies business if you don't keep those muscles in good shape. In the long term, it should also help reduce/eliminate most long term pain.
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