Hello everyone, I’m currently in physical therapy for recovery of labrum tear surgery which I got from a hard fall playing soccer. It took about a year to finally happen because of insurance crap, within that year I had to work lifting about 50 pound objects, and I also wanted to start working out but I couldn’t because of my left shoulder. I noticed that my shoulder blade would raise really high on my left side, and my shoulder would also stick out and point forward to an extent.
I got my surgery, I’ve seen doctors, surgeons, and physical therapists, and told them about the discomfort with my shoulder and how much the blade pops out, but they all say it’s some sort of muscle weakness and to continue therapy. Yet, physical therapy has been pure crap, and the only reason my shoulder blade looks better in standing position is because I have been working on posture, however movement or flexing immediately causes it to raise. I hope someone here has an idea of what’s wrong or gone through this before, and would he able to give advice on exercises or what I could do to fix this. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Oh and excuse my scrawnyness, we all start small lol