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I separated my shoulder 3 year ago. Tore all the ligaments and just felt like my shoulder was floating. Didn't actually hurt to much but the specialist I went to recommended surgery. Glad I chose that since I have pretty much all of my mobility back, still gets sore sometimes. Good luck with the recovery and definitely stay on top of the PT.
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Feel sorry for the OP and hope he recovers fast from it.

What is the (proper) name of this injury? Is it called shoulder separation?
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Grade 2 Acromioclavicular sprain
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Grade 2 Acromioclavicular sprain
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Yeah I just looked at my pictures and definitely had a Type 3 separation. My collar bone was sitting close to 2 inches out of place.
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well there's 2 classifications
grades 123
or Types 1-6
Grades usually refers to the ligament sprain (sprain = ligament tear)
So grade 3 = coracoclavicular ligament and acromioclavicular ligament rupture.

Types gets a little more detailed on the positioning and stuff.
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Feel sorry for the OP and hope he recovers fast from it.

What is the (proper) name of this injury? Is it called shoulder separation?
ty ty recovery is going along i guess
the pain has subsided a little bit but not by much

and special thanks to jml22 my e-doctor
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Sucks. My friend broke his collar bone the other day while skiing on an iced up box. He even tripped down the stairs and had to catch himself on his right arm, which was the broken side.
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Unhappy Torn AC Joint

I seperated my shoulder about 7 months ago. I was actively going to physio for 3 months. After that I felt like I had full range of motion back, pain free. I started working again and training at the gym. About a month ago, the limited range of motion and pain is back only this time it feels worse. I think I just over worked it a little too much.

As of now, my collarbone and shoulder is out of place, so I've been back at physio trying to get it re positioned. Unfortunately, my low patience and stubbornness got the best of me and now I'm in a worse situation. I can barley lift a glass or reach for something. I'm on meds Celebrix and T3 and even with taking those, I'm still in a lot of pain. Things like sleeping on it wrong, driving too long (stick shift) can trigger it. Forget trying to lift weights or rotating my shoulder back is a no go. According to my ultrasound I have an extreme inflammation. Ice packs and netflix are my best friend.

It's a really shitty injury because I could have okay days and then extremely bad ones. I was told with any sport injury due to the shoulder it can take up to years to completely heal. I just hope I can recover quickly, get back to work and be able to ride this season.
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