I recently confirmed through an X-ray that I have arthritis in my right shoulder. My doctor told me my options were to get a cortisol shot (which I did) and/or eventually get surgery where a portion of my bone will be removed as the buffer between bones is basically gone. I was in martial arts for years and performed weight lifting years after that. Recently I’ve been attending an Obstacle Course gym. It’s hard to tell why the injury occurred, it could be from something as simple as putting a book bag on for years.
Overall, my pain is gone from my right shoulder unless I really press it, but that’s temporary with the shot. Further, I was performing cleans the other night and noticed decreased capability.
Has anyone else had this type of injury before? If so, what’re some exercises to stay away from? What has longevity, as I’m fairly young at 33.