So I finally had my shoulder looked at after 3 years of not being able to bench without pain.
Rotator cuff muscles/ac joint/biceps tendon are fine, the only impression was "Mild blunting of the anterior inferior labrum with scarring adjacent joint capsule indicative of chronic injury/tear. No displaced labral fragment seen.
The doctor, who has great reviews, said that a cortisone shot and PT should be sufficient enough to heal and get back going. He labeled it as shoulder bursitis, gave me a prescription for 4 weeks of physical therapy, gave me a cortisone shot since it’s been like this for so long and sent me on my way.
The labral part is worrying me a little but it seems minor. Anybody else have a similar diagnosis? Was physical therapy sufficient? I’m looking for a fix, not relief.