I am a 25year old Guy from Hamburg (Germany) and hope to get some help here in this nice forum.
Beginng year 2003 I had a subluxation of my left shoulder while I was doing pullovers. After that subluxation I made half a year no strength training (was too long but I had a big mental problem with this injury) and beginn then with all complexe exercise which don't make me any problems
Four weeks ago while I was sleeping in my bed my left shoulder dislocated again -after 3 years of the subluxation- in this 3 years without any problems or injuries in this time with the shoulder - I hold my left arm in a wrong position and maybe was choughing or jerking and the shoulder dislocated. I was very shocked - the shoulder dislocated completely - and a doctor has to reposite it in the emergency. The day before I made benchpresses, flies and heavy dips without a problem...
After X-Ray radioscopic analysis the diagnostic was that there is a small Hill-Sachs-Lasion Fracture but the labrum is unhurt so that no surgery is needed.
After two weeks I started with pysiotherapy to strength the rotator cuff.
Now I wanted to start again with strength training - beginning of course with low weight and high reps (15-20) but I am in fear that the shoulder can dislocated again when I am doing exercises. Have anyone experience with this kind of injury and can tell me which injuries are dangerous for a redislocation - don't want to have one ever in my life again !
I know that every exercises except pullover and neckpresses are possible after a subluxation but a complete dislocation is another case.
Thanks very much in advance