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Old 12-07-2007, 09:09 PM   #1
Arthur Taylor
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Torn bicep?shoulder?

I think I messed my arm up pretty good last night while sparring. We were drilling the kimora and no resistance or preassure was apllied (arm lock was being put on me). All of a sudden a lound pop followed by a seconf pop. It almost felt like my shoulder came out and went back in but now, one day later, there is a small amount of swelling above bicep and my shoulder is sore. There is also bruising from top of arm around to outside of pec. Compared to most photos online the bruising is minimal.
Through high school wrestling, olympic lifts, and college football and rugby I have never had any type of injury like this.
I have an appointment with a specialist Monday. I just hope it is only a very minmal tear if anything.
If anyone has had this same or similar injury, how long did it take you to recover to work out? Is it reoccuruing?

I am 27 and was hoping to fight in the spring but it looks like that is not going to happen.
Sorry for the ramble just blowing off steam
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