I am in limbo right now with a potential labrum tear in my right shoulder. I am going to see the doc again in two weeks, but until then he prescribed me physical therapy and rest. He said it could be a strained shoulder capsule as well and that we will know more based on how it feels during the next visit.
I have been working with some rotator cuff exercises to build the strength back up in both shoulders (also have a torn labrum in my left shoulder that happened ~10 years ago. never had surgery, and it's stable for the most part). I have not done any pressing in the past 1.5 weeks, but have done pullups in addition to my RC work with no trouble.
My question is, are there any chest exercises that take the shoulders out of the equation? Everything I have ever done involved stretching or pressing from the shoulders. I normally hate isolation work, but if I need to have surgery, it's going to be until at least July before that can happen. Don't want to go all that time without being able to train that portion of my upper body.