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Originally Posted by Gramercy View Post
Anyway, has anyone done PT for a shoulder injury? Can I try the exercises at home without committing to going somewhere? Is it worth going to? Apparently you need a prescription for PT, which he gave me - but I think going 12 times seems excessive.
There are a variety of exercises on Youtube and elsewhere that are worth trying, many are surprisingly difficult if you have a shoulder injury...like walking your fingers up a wall. Regardless, I think you are looking at many months of work. I rehab-ed my rotator cuff tear, took more than a year and what finally open things up was taking boxing lessons and working the bag.

In other words, not easy, not fast, not foolproof. PT is the smart bet.
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