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Old 02-18-2012, 07:03 AM   #7
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Derek Simonds View Post
I need to hit one other item. I don't think that you can ultimately fix a shoulder separation. I think it is something that once done is done forever. I think it heals and stops hurting but I think it will always be separated.
You would be correct.

Making GH and scapula more stable will help though.

When one joint gets more unstable, other joints need more stability to take up the slack
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