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Old 03-11-2008, 09:46 PM   #1
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hey guys sorry couldnt reply earlier have been really busy with work n scool.

Thanks for the replys but i don't think i have scolosis because the physiotherapest never mentioned anything like that to me i am right handed tho, and i dont't think its from working out unevenly either because i stopped working out for about a year because i thought the same thing and it still stayed the same right one sligtly lower.

I started experiencing this problem 2 years back when i did 2 cycles off m1t. i know it was a really bad idea because i had so much strength when on it but i guess my joints werent used to doing so much weight so fast, but sometimes it feels really even and other times it will feel uneven usually when im using my right hand to hammer at work or lifting weights sometimes although the pain is gone which is really good.

Do you guys think its a shoulder tendonitis like the physotherapist said or a problem from my neck like the chiropractor said?

Is surgery an option? im 21

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Old 03-11-2008, 10:00 PM   #2
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Well, I feel your pain...lol... I powerlifted for about 10 years. whenever I did shoulders the burn was incredible. Like I just had the workout of a lifetime. So one day I go the a shoulder doctor. He thinks torn cuff or something. I get an MRI. He calls me and says Your shoulder could not be more F&$% up. My Bone is deteriorating (spelling?) I am going to need shoulder replacement in 10-15 years. So I go for cortizone every 4-6 months. Still hurts but atleast now I know whats going on. I think you should go get an MRI and be sure. *****sorry for the drawn out story********
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Did you check out any of the things that I told you about in my first post in response to this?

Why don't you wait till we unlock the site and then we'll put the two threads together.

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