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Old 11-27-2010, 06:45 PM   #5
Derek Weaver
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Tommy John surgery fairly often results in a stronger throwing arm.

I had my right shoulder scoped about 8 years ago. There are some things that just don't work right regarding my shoulder ROM, other things are fine.

For example, bench pressing, which is not shoulder friendly, is fine for my shoulder. If anything, I have increased stability on my right side. I guess due to the slight lack of mobility.

I remember hearing a CF podcast with Kelly Starrett, where he noted that after a tear, or a surgery, soft tissue never fully heals. It won't be the same. But it can normalize.
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